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Limit on reverse mortgages will rise in 2019

The federal government has announced it is raising its limit for reverse mortgages in 2019. A single-family homeowner will be able to receive a mortgage for as much as $726,525, a 7 percent increase from 2018. Many senior citizens are homeowners with hundreds of thousands of dollars in equity. […]

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