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    re·verse mort·gage


    • 1. a financial agreement in which a homeowner relinquishes equity in their home in exchange for regular payments, typically to supplement retirement income: US "unlike traditional mortgages, which decline as you pay down the loan, reverse mortgages rise over time as interest on the loan accrues"
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