Timing critical to reverse-mortgage lender's exit

Seattle Mortgage settles class-action lawsuit as BofA also leaves market

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Seattle Mortgage entered the reverse mortgage industry in 1995. It had a loan portfolio of 40,000 reverse mortgages, totaling more than $4 billion in outstanding balances, when it sold Reverse Mortgage of America to BofA. Approximately 400 Seattle Mortgage associates joined BofA, including a retail sales force of more than 200 sales associates in 25 states and Washington, D.C.

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1. Anonymous said... on Jul 24, 2012 at 09:38AM

“I try to find a bank who makes reverse mortgages in Philadelphia, and unable to find it. Do you know, who are they?


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