Home equity loan or reverse mortgage: Which is right for you?

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Taking out a home equity loan or a reverse mortgage can be convenient ways to access substantial amounts of money, but they also carry risks. This eBook is designed to help homeowners understand the advantages and disadvantages of both loan strategies to decide the best way to borrow money for covering large expenses.

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