Reverse Mortgages: A Senior Business Matter
Stephen Wolf, speaking on Reverse Mortgages in Today’s Market, will be the featured speaker Saturday, January 31 at 10:00 a.m. in the handicap accessible Coyote Room of the HOA 1 Clubhouse. Sponsored by the SaddleBrooke Stroke/Neuro Support Group, the talk is free to all. If you have ever entertained the thought of generating better cash flow while staying in your own home, you will want to hear this presentation. It is definitely worth considering the perks of a reverse mortgage in great detail.
Wolf is licensed nationally and by the state of Arizona as an approved provider of the “new and improved” Federal Housing Administration reverse mortgage product which is called an HECM (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage). He has been originating home loans for more than 40 years in Arizona and is an approved direct endorsement underwriter for the FHA as well as being an approved underwriter for the Veterans’ Administration.
This month’s luncheon will be held Friday, January 16 at 11:30 a.m. in the home of a member. Caregivers’ luncheons give caregivers an opportunity to discuss concerns about assisting loved ones affected by stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and rare neurologic disorders. If you are your own caregiver, we welcome you. If you wish to join us, please contact Elke Mulligan, membership chairperson, at 825-3641, Sigrid Silverman, social chairperson at 825-8684 or Jackie McCarthy, social committee at 818-0531 so that we may include you.
Recreation and Activities Fair
On Saturday, January 24 in the morning at MountainView ballroom we will staff an information table at the Recreation and Activities Fair to tell you about our organization and answer your questions. We will be happy to see you.
Lovin’ Life After 50 Expo
Sponsored by Tucson Medical Center, this free exposition of booths, exhibits and entertainment will be held Tuesday, January 20 from 8:00 a.m. to noon at the Doubletree Resort Reed Park, 445 South Alvernon Way. Parking is also free.
A huge thank you to Ed and Carolee Lawrence for being gracious hosts to our sixth annual Holiday Party in their wonderful home and carefully tended grounds. Many good cooks contributed to the delicious potluck dinner followed by a white elephant gift exchange. Fun and fellowship were enjoyed by 30 attendees with a collection of $280 for the Golder Ranch Fire Fighters’ Holiday Fund.