FHA To Implement Tougher Credit Standards for Reverse Mortgages

SOURCE: Mortgage News Feed

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is set to implement tougher credit standards for reverse mortgages on April 27, reports Los Angeles Times. The news outlet adds that a reverse mortgage is available for senior homeowners aged 62 and above with "equity in their homes that they want to avail into cash."

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