Joe Langner: HECMs Shield Seniors from Investment Sequence Risk in Turbulent Times

eniors are being especially hard hit by the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Compounding worries of being among the population’s most vulnerable to the disease is the prospect of premature retirement portfolio depletion due to sequence of returns risk (sequence risk) in a volatile market.

Joe Langner: HECMs Shield Seniors from Investment Sequence Risk in Turbulent Times

Seniors are being especially hard hit by the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, homeowners are not entirely at the mercy of a fickle financial market. There are tools available to help retirees limit their sequence risk. One of the more effective being the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage.

HECMs Shield Seniors from Investment Sequence Risk in Turbulent Times

Seniors are being especially hard hit by the health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, homeowners are not entirely at the mercy of a fickle financial market. There are tools available to help retirees limit their sequence risk. One of the more effective being the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage.

People in the News

Sagent Lending Technologies, King of Prussia, Pa., appointed Dan Sogorka CEO and president, replacing Bret Leech who will become executive chairman and board member.

People in the News

Sagent Lending Technologies, King of Prussia, Pa., appointed Dan Sogorka CEO and president, replacing Bret Leech who will become executive chairman and board member.

People in the News

Sagent Lending Technologies, King of Prussia, Pa., appointed Dan Sogorka CEO and president, replacing Bret Leech who will become executive chairman and board member.

People in the News

Sagent Lending Technologies, King of Prussia, Pa., appointed Dan Sogorka CEO and president, replacing Bret Leech who will become executive chairman and board member.

5 Trends Driving Mortgage Technology in 2020

American technologist, artist and set designer Bran Ferren has been quoted describing technology as “something that doesn’t work yet.” I think a lot of us in the mortgage industry can relate to his description. We use technology all the time, yet technology often fails to solve our most critical problems.