Who should attend?
Any homeowner 60+ living in Marin and surrounding areas.
What will you learn?
New and improved ways to create a sustainable supply of cash to fund your retirement
Retirement can be a maze of choices to evaluate and explore. In this free workshop, we will shine a light on the many possibilities for using your home equity to live the retirement you’ve earned –at home, or in your new dream home.
Where: Left Bank Brasserie, 507 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur
Tuesday, February 11th 11:30am – 1:00pm, Register HERE
Thursday, February 20th 11:30am – 1:00pm, Register HERE
You will learn top 7 ways to enrich your retirement:
1. No more mortgage payments.
Did you know – you can refinance from a conventional loan to a much more flexible FHA-insured Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) or HomeSafe loan, and eliminate your monthly mortgage payments for life. This will free up your cash to spend on any other needs you may have throughout your Golden Years.
2. Living your best life in retirement.
Did you know – you don’t have to sell your home or leave your community to benefit from your largest asset – the wealth in your home. Draw from a HECM or HomeSafe Line of Credit for any needs or desires that arise.
3. Receive ongoing monthly income from your home.
Did you know – you can use the equity in your home to receive guaranteed monthly payments for as long as your occupy your home (A HUD insured benefit).
4. You can still leave your home to your kids.
Did you know – You will always be the owner of your home. You can refinance, sell, or leave your home to your kids. All future appreciation belongs to you and your estate, subject to the loan
5. Move somewhere less expensive: downsize or rightsize to your dream home.
Did you know – you can purchase a new home with a one-time down payment and never make a monthly mortgage payment. www.62CashFlow.com/DreamHome
*Bonus: put unused living space to work and receive more income.
Did you know – you can add an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU or JADU) from existing square footage, and collect rent. New legislation by the State of California has eased permit costs and regulations.