Do you realize you are sitting on a pile of money you could spend after 62 hiding in your home equity — money you wouldn’t pay tax on and for whatever reason you can imagine? (what a relief it can be). So, it sounds too good to be true and you don’t believe it. That’s OK, that’s the way with this kind of deal — it’s hard to believe it — and you’ll be pinching yourself to see if you are awake.
Hmmmmmmmm. The critics will tell you it’s a crock and you shouldn’t do it. Yes, there is critics and they don’t believe it. What about you? Will you let us explain how it works. That will help you get your feet back on the ground?
The HECM plan came in with President Reagan and a million of your U.S. neighbors have already done it.
You could do something well beyond the norm and feel good about it in this lifetime, watching it spent on things that matter to you.
One of the ways to contribute to charity is to open up home equity to pay for it and then settle up after you leave when your house is sold.
Many of our neighbors have no family to leave this pile of wealth to and can’t imagine what they would fund with this money.
There are so many ways to contribute to causes you care about.
Here are some you may not have thought about.
American Red Cross.
Help refugees get a start in your favorite country.
Support missionaries around the world.
Invest in a family business to support people that matter to you.
How much money is sitting there in your house? (“I can help”, Warren Strycker 928 345-1200.)
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