New Year, Old(er) Leads

McDermott, John
February 2014
Origination News;Feb2014, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p1
The article focuses on the business expansion at baby boomers which creates three kinds of possible mortgage needs including a group that will use cash with or without reverse mortgage, a group with higher income and less debts looking to relocate and a group with high income and more debt.


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