The Future of Reverse

Morse, Neil J.
January 2009
Mortgage Banking;Jan2009, Vol. 69 Issue 4, p48
The article offers information on the implications of the Executive Task Force of Reverse-Mortgage Lending initiative of Mortgage Bankers Associations in America (MBA). Accordingly, Vision Mortgage Capital LLC president and chief executive officer Regina Lowrie spearheaded the task force which aims to assess the challenges faced by mortgage industry to secure its growth and safety. It also cites the different programs and strategies carried out and its relevance to the future of the industry.


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