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Reverse-annuity mortgage

An arrangement in which a homeowner borrows against the equity in his/her home and receives regular monthly tax-free payments from the Lender. also called reverse Mortgage or home equity Conversion mortgage.

Related Terms: 14 Borrow, Call, Conversion, Home equity, Home Equity Conversion Mortgage, Lend, Lender, Mortgage, Own, Range, Reverse mortgage, RSI, Tax, UIT
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