Are your Golden Years looking a bit more like PEWTER?

Turn your equity into cash

A reverse mortgage allows you to turn the equity of your home into cash.

Money when you need it

Receive your money the way that works best for you. One-time lump sum or monthly payments.

Tax-free source of income

Increase your income without impacting your Old-Age Security (OAS) or Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS).

Are your Golden Years looking a bit more like PEWTER?

Are there days (or weeks) when you look out the window and think about how it could have been?

Is your cash flow so tight that you can’t even go out for a nice dinner once in a while?

Are your charge cards growing and eating away at your assets and causing you some anxiety?

Don’t despair – you are not a loser because things did not work out the way you thought they would. Many people in their golden years feel using a Reverse Mortgage is admitting failure and taking money away from their children. It might be time to sit down with your family, who is probably better off financially than you, and discuss your concerns. There could be “Gold In Them Mountains” by way of equity in your home.

You could be pleasantly surprised with the benefits that a Reverse Mortgage offers you to get your golden years lifestyle more in line with what you expected.

There are a variety of ways to draw the equity from your home, tax-free, whether it be monthly for a better cash flow or in a lump sum payment to eliminate most, if not all, of your outside debts.

Knowledge is power so don’t just listen to what your neighbor says, do some research on your own. To help you in that regard, If you would like to get a free preview to – “Home Run, The Reverse Mortgage ADVANTAGE” just go to to download a copy of the introductory e-Book.

This site provides further information and you can obtain a Free e-booklet on the Reverse Mortgage Advantage.

You can also call me direct at 250-861-8758

Neil “Mortgage-Man” McJannet

Neil was born and raised in Manitoba, Canada and as a result, is hardy in nature and does not give up until a deal is done. After graduating from Dakota Collegiate in Winnipeg in the mid 60’s he went to work at the TD Bank where he spent 28 years, with the last 10 years in their mortgage department in Toronto.