Many people realize they haven't saved enough for retirement and see a reverse mortgage as a possible fix. But, is it?
7 On Your Side's Michael Finney partnered up with consumer reports with this report on the pitfalls of reverse mortgages.
Borrowing against the equity in your home for retirement income can be a good idea. But reverse mortgages have a history of problems, and despite recent reforms, Consumer Reports says be careful. Watch the video for Michael Finney's full report.
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7 On Your Side: Reverse mortgages could be risky way to save for retirement
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