The previous post mentioned that a report had been completed and published in the Journal of Personal Finance, that discussed the benefits to using the Tenure payment option when a senior acquires a Reverse loan. And why this could be a very viable way to manage retirement funds moving forward into the future.
Here is part II of the article. The rest of it will follow in additional posts because of it’s length.
New Research Shows Financial Planning Value of Tenure Reverse Mortgages
Posted By Jason Oliva On March 3, 2016
“The report, “Reverse Mortgages, Annuities, and Investments: Sorting Out the Options to Generate Sustainable Retirement Income,” was written by Joseph Tomlinson, FSA, CFP, managing director of Tomlinson Financial Planning in Greenville, Maine; alongside Shaun Pfeiffer, Ph.D., CFP, associate professor of finance and personal financial planning at the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania; and John Salter, Ph.D., CFP, AIFA, associate professor of personal financial planning at Texas Tech University and a partner and wealth manager at Evensky & Katz Wealth Management in Coral Gables, Fla. ad Lubbock, Texas.
The study examines how using either reverse mortgage option (line of credit or tenure) can generate improvements in sustainable retirement income, particularly when combined with single-premium immediate annuities (SPIAs).”