Many originators worry that the recently announced entry of RE/MAX into the mortgage space will stifle competition and ultimately hurt borrowers
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While reverse mortgages are only available to a select group of consumers, the product still makes up a large portion of complaints received by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
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The FHA’s new budget reveals that the Obama administration is starting to see reverse mortgages as viable again.
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Unlike the risky subprime mortgages before the financial crisis, these new products have stricter regulations and are under a different name.