Council on Aging Programs

Reverse Mortgages: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Thursday, June 9, 2022, 2:30 pm at O’Connor Senior Center (611 Winona St. in Knoxville)

Reverse mortgages can be a useful tool but it is not a “one size fits all” option. If used incorrectly or not maintained, it can be a hindrance rather than a life improvement. Join us at the June Council on Aging
meeting as we learn the pros and cons of reverse mortgages and what other options may exist. An
experienced loan officer with a comprehensive knowledge of lending products, banking industry rules and regulations, and the required documentation for obtaining a loan will present on reverse mortgages and
other options. A loan officer is a representative of a bank, credit union, or other financial institution who assists borrowers in the application process. Loan officers are often called mortgage loan officers since that is
the most complex and costly type of loan most consumers encounter.

Seniors and Senior Advocates, We want to hear from you!

Participate in the Seniors’ Needs Assessment, an organized process where you can discuss issues and provide input to local aging services agencies. Your input will contribute to the development of future programs and services in Knox County.

CLICK HERE to access the Needs Assessment digitally.

Questions? Call Angela Bartlett at 865-524-2786 or email angela.bartlett@knoxseniors.org.

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