American Pacific Reverse Mortgage
in Reverse Mortgages from American Pacific MortgageUnaffiliated
|Loan Amount||Up to $625,500|
|Origination Fee ($)||N/A|
American Pacific Reverse Mortgage Review
American Pacific Reverse Mortgage is offered by American Pacific Mortgage (NMLS #1850), a direct lender founded in 1996 and based in Roseville, CA. American Pacific Reverse Mortgage is available in 6 states across the USA.
What types of reverse mortgages does American Pacific Reverse Mortgage offer?
American Pacific Reverse Mortgage allows borrowers to apply for the following types of reverse mortgage.
Lump sum. The borrower can access the entire amount immediately. However, you will need to pay interest on the entire amount regardless of whether you spend it.
A line of credit. This is a more flexible option that allows borrowers to only borrow (and pay interest) on the amount they withdraw from their line of credit. In the case of reverse mortgages, the amount of cash available in your line of credit increases as time goes by.
Monthly disbursement. With this option, you get a monthly allowance. This is a good option if you need an additional source of income to cover your living expenses. It can be used in combination with a line of credit for additional flexibility.
How much can you borrow with a reverse mortgage?
Reverse mortgages are a type of mortgage that makes it possible for older homeowners to borrow money by using the value of their home as security.
The maximum loan amount with this lender is $625,500. Note that the maximum loan amount you can borrow will vary depending on the value of the property, your age, how much you owe on it, and your creditworthiness.
What fees does American Pacific Reverse Mortgage charge for a reverse mortgage?
American Pacific Reverse Mortgage may charge a loan origination fee.
There is also a one-time counseling fee of $125 to consider.
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