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By Warren Strycker, licensed loan originator

“I am a fully licensed Mortgage loan originator in the state of Arizona, a member of the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce and a trusted 12-year veteran in the mortgage industry. My job has been to assist neighbors 62 years or older to extract cash, equity dependent, to assist in retirement income without requiring monthly mortgage payments as long as you reside in the home as your principle residence, maintain taxes, homeowner’s insurance and HOA (if applicable).

I have a HECM loan and have helped many others acquire one. If you are interested, please contact me, Warren Strycker, 928 345-1200 and ask questions. I can do a HECM loan evaluation to see if you qualify. I’ve been a “neighbor” for a long time. Thanks for taking the time to consider how a HECM loan could benefit you now.”

I am not rich or famous, but I am focused and ready to help when I am needed — 928 345-1200. I have an iPhone and a Bluetooth on my ear. You can call now. I know what to do for you, and if you and God wills, I happily will.

I work with the United States Government on a program called the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), a focus on retirees and their incomes and the HUD program, now resuported by HUD secretary Ben Carson — a program you can trust to put you on a firmer financial footing if you are 62 and have home equity you want to spend now. My lender is Patriot Lending and they are super to work with.

And, you don’t have to feel lesser because you firm up your resources in retirement. This is not a free government program and there is EVERY reason to be proud to move into it.

This is not a free lunch. Private money makes this program run. Investors get involved because the government guarantees the result. It works because a lot of good people work together for the common good, including me.

HECM, as it is called, has more than 50 years of history, begun then by President Reagan and reaffirmed by every president since, most recently by HUD Secretary Ben Carson.

I have worked HECM with people to reorganize their finances for 12 years now, so I have a pretty clear picture of what it takes to use it. I hope you’ll believe me when I talk about some of the following people I’ve worked with lately …

Bill and Jackie…

… had to borrow money on their credit card for a $5000 AC they needed.  It’s often hot in Arizona and they didn’t have the money — so they put it on their credit card. The payments got in the way and we paid off that balance on their card. Life is better for them now and they have no more payments to make. Yes, it feels good to have helped them.

Deana…

…lost considerable money in the market and needed more money in her budget to get by. The HECM helped her pay her bills and put some money aside to back up her budget which had depended on income from market profits now missing. I notice she made a few improvements on her nice little home in Yuma.

Marybeth and Jack…

…had a car payment in the way and the budget was so slim, every month was a nightmare making ends meet. The HECM paid off the car loan and the budget was balanced with money to spare. That loan closes this week, and these folks are happy with the results — just happened that their home is a singlewide manufactured so there was the problem with foundation. Most lenders wouldn’t touch it – but we did. The loan will close in a couple of weeks and they won’t have to pay the big car payment. Life will be better for them.

This is not rocket science. So many of these stories have happy endings. I hope you’ll look for one of  your own now. Tell me your story — let’s get started.

If you are one of those, I hope you’ll join me on this webpage and learn what you can to help make your life more secure financially. I’ve done this many times for folks here in Arizona – many times, so I know what to do for you. A recent client told me she trusted me. Best news I get these days.

This webpage is a focus on the HECM – now two years old this month – these pages contain information from the financial experts in this industry who explain the program we call the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage – what you probably call the Reverse Mortgage.

I’ve had one of these HECMs for a bunch of years now and I know quite a bit about the program after twelve years here in Arizona explaining it so many times to folks just like you, eager to get a new approach to their retirement finances.

What I’ve done on Gofinancial webpages is record for you what others of far greater wisdom than I have said and written about the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage – now more than 50 years of history being improved and promoted by so many just like me to help people work through their retirement finances more efficiently.

We agree with President Reagan, the HECM is an important retirement tool — and I have become a licensed loan officer to help people try one of these on for themselves. I hope you will think it is important enough to look into it.

That’s what this webpage is all about. Hands on HECM education from some of the strongest leaders in the industry – authentic information you can use to make a good decision.

I hope you will make regular visits to this webpage and that you will unload your questions on me by phone or email, so we can answer them promptly.

In the end, my hope is that I can help you make life better because you were able to put a HECM in your life that will relieve the financial pressures of retirement some of you are beginning to feel now.

I want to do a HECM ANALYSIS for you that gathers information about equity, loan costs and benefits. You’ll learn a lot and I’ll be able help you understand just what a HECM can do for you.

I hope you’ll get to know more about me as you truly consider a HECM. I’m waiting for your call now… will you ask me to help?

I’m Warren Strycker. I will serve in this capacity as long as I can be faithful, honest and trusted.  You can call now. I will keep the door open as long as I can.

928 345 1200

“This is going to become one of the key means of funding retirement in the future.”, says Merton https://gofinancial.net/2016/06/merton/