How do you add a wife to a reverse mortgage?

The only persons on a mortgage are the owners of the property. If your wife owns the property the lender would have required that she sign it. If she doesn't own the property then she isn't a party to the mortgage. You can't "add" her to the reverse mortgage transaction if she doesn't own the property. The purpose of a reverse mortgage is to grant the title to the premises to the bank upon the death of the owner. Therefore only the owner signs.

If you are thinking of including a new wife (or wife who was not an owner of the property) under the benefits of a reverse mortgage you already executed, it is too late. You should contact the bank for more information.

The only persons on a mortgage are the owners of the property. If your wife owns the property the lender would have required that she sign it. If she doesn't own the property then she isn't a party to the mortgage. You can't "add" her to the reverse mortgage transaction if she doesn't own the property. The purpose of a reverse mortgage is to grant the title to the premises to the bank upon the death of the owner. Therefore only the owner signs.

If you are thinking of including a new wife (or wife who was not an owner of the property) under the benefits of a reverse mortgage you already executed, it is too late. You should contact the bank for more information.

The only persons on a mortgage are the owners of the property. If your wife owns the property the lender would have required that she sign it. If she doesn't own the property then she isn't a party to the mortgage. You can't "add" her to the reverse mortgage transaction if she doesn't own the property. The purpose of a reverse mortgage is to grant the title to the premises to the bank upon the death of the owner. Therefore only the owner signs.

If you are thinking of including a new wife (or wife who was not an owner of the property) under the benefits of a reverse mortgage you already executed, it is too late. You should contact the bank for more information.

The only persons on a mortgage are the owners of the property. If your wife owns the property the lender would have required that she sign it. If she doesn't own the property then she isn't a party to the mortgage. You can't "add" her to the reverse mortgage transaction if she doesn't own the property. The purpose of a reverse mortgage is to grant the title to the premises to the bank upon the death of the owner. Therefore only the owner signs.

If you are thinking of including a new wife (or wife who was not an owner of the property) under the benefits of a reverse mortgage you already executed, it is too late. You should contact the bank for more information.

The only persons on a mortgage are the owners of the property. If your wife owns the property the lender would have required that she sign it. If she doesn't own the property then she isn't a party to the mortgage. You can't "add" her to the reverse mortgage transaction if she doesn't own the property. The purpose of a reverse mortgage is to grant the title to the premises to the bank upon the death of the owner. Therefore only the owner signs.

If you are thinking of including a new wife (or wife who was not an owner of the property) under the benefits of a reverse mortgage you already executed, it is too late. You should contact the bank for more information.