I grew up in Boonville, Missouri, a small river city full of history and charm, just west of Columbia, Missouri. While I have a great appreciation for that "close community" feeling that often comes along with living small town life, I eventually made my way to the "big city" of Columbia after college, which is where I fell in love and married my husband Sean. We have two daughters: one is a freshman in college, and the other will be three soon. We also have a three-year-old French Bulldog who keeps us on our toes. To say there's never a dull moment in my home would be a huge understatement! Growing up an only child, I knew one day I would be a part of a bigger family, and lucky for me, my work family has continued to grow and grow since I started in 2004. I enjoy the sales industry, working with seniors all over the United States and helping them achieve their financial goals. I consider myself lucky to have the opportunity to work with so many wonderful people, some of whom feel more like a grandmother or grandfather by the time we close their loan. When I am not working, being mom or a wife, I enjoy crafting, refinishing and refurbishing flea market finds, baking, camping, and outdoor activities with my family.
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At Reverse Mortgages.com, our mission is: To offer senior citizens the ability to live in their home and experience the freedom of financial security. NMLS #1313859. www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org
1. At the conclusion of a reverse mortgage, the borrower must repay the loan and may have to sell the home or repay the loan from other assets; 2. Charges will be assessed with the loan, which may include an origination fee, closing costs, mortgage insurance premiums and servicing fees that will be added to the loan balance; 3. As with any home-secured loan, the borrower must meet their loan obligations: keeping current with property-related taxes, insurance, maintenance and any homeowners association fees; failure to pay these amounts may cause the loan to come due, may subject the property to a tax lien or other encumbrances, or may result in the loss of the home; 4. The loan balance grows over time, and interest is charged on the outstanding balance. The interest on the loan is not deductible from the income tax return until the borrower makes partial or full repayment.