Appropriate. Ethical. Compliant.
Filmed at the American College and birthed from the Retirement Income Certified Professional Program (RICP).
4 hours of Continuing Education
(CFP, American College, State)
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Builds on HUD Training
Learn to identify when reverse mortgages are appropriate and when they are not.
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"Retirees simply cannot afford to continue to ignore home equity as an income source and still meet their retirement goals."
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Basic training videos
100+ supplemental videos and articles
(How to have the conversation - scripts, downloads, videos)
4 hours of CE credit
CFP, PACE/American College, and State Insurance (where available)
Would you bake a cake without a recipe? Would you practice medicine without first going through residency? It's dangerous to talk about reverse mortgages without a foundation in education AND application. Get your training today.
Each video lesson is designed to give you a better, deeper, richer understanding of what the reverse mortgage is, how it works, when it is appropriate, and when it’s not. (View course description and outline.)
You'll hear from the leading experts including Dr. Wade Pfau, Jamie Hopkins, Dr. Tom Davison and Dr. Barry Sacks.
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