“Even though the length of time Americans are staying in their homes has ticked down from the peak it reached in 2020, it’s likely to head back up again in the next few years,” said Redfin Senior Economist Sheharyar Bokhari.Read More »
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Reverse Mortgage Complaints Common for Older Americans
The latest CFPB Monthly Complaint Report shows older Americans face a unique set of financial difficulties compared to their younger counterparts. The group regularly cites reverse mortgage concerns—specifically servicing issues and difficult changing loan terms—when lodging complaints with the CFPB. Older Americans also cite financial scams, confusion around deferred- and zero-interest credit cards, and being charged unauthorized add-on products as frequent financial complaints.Read More »
Why Are Mortgage Delinquencies Spiking Among Older Americans?
After the age of 60, older Americans are reporting a rise in mortgage delinquencies. What factors are contributing to this increase?Read More »