Diane Faulkner is a ghostwriter, content marketing strategist, and writer, as well as an editor based in Jacksonville, Fla. She specializes in all-things-business with emphases on human resources, finance, technology, and health. A Forbes contributor, Diane writes for trade and business journals, creates corporate content, and has ghostwritten four books on leadership. See her work at www.dianefaulkner.com.
Articles by Diane Faulkner
a retirement mortgage is any mortgage taken in retirement. Because reverse mortgages are only available to people 62 and older, they are often referred to as retirement mortgages.
The freedom that comes with retirement can be thrilling, but if you don't take some time to plan what you'll do with your time, it can also be daunting.
Reverse mortgages do not have a required credit score, but credit history is considered as part of the approval process. Here's what you need to know about credit and reverse mortgage.
For people with excess cash to put in a long term investment, annuities can offer a relatively safe, high yield growth vehicle. Here's how they work and who they are good for.
A shared equity agreement is a lesser known way of tapping home equity for cash. Unlike a loan, this agreement gives an investor a share of the equity in the home. Here's how it works.