What is a reverse mortgage? A reverse mortgage is one that you do not have to repay, uh, during your lifetime, uh, unless you sell the property or you, or you move out of the property. So, it’s one that you don’t have to make any payments for. It was set up so that you could keep people in their homes. So senior citizens who could not afford making their mortgage payments or, it was set up so that you could receive periodic payments. And so rather than you’re making payments to the mortgage company, the mortgage company would send you a check every month or every six months or whatever, and you’d receive payments. And that it would then mean the mortgage amount would grow with each payment that you would receive. And that’s the reason why they called it a reverse mortgage in that you would be receiving payments rather than to the party that you borrowed the money from. So, we would be borrowing money incrementally as you go, most reverse mortgages. The parties take the full amount, out as soon as they close on the reverse mortgage. These mortgages become payable upon your death. And or if you vacate the property for a period of six months, it becomes doing, payable, or if you sell the property, there are also a, an adjustable rate interest rate. So ,it’s interest rate wise. It can be a lot more expensive than a fixed rate loan. If you have any questions, we’ll give a call at (727) 847-2288.