Financing Senior’s Independence (FSI Mortgage, LC) is a Salt Lake City mortgage broker offering a wide variety of mortgages for home purchases or refinances, specializing in reverse mortgages for homeowners age 62 or older.
In addition to reverse mortgages, FSI Mortgage provides residential mortgage loans, lines of credit and FHA and VA loans. Since we do not work for any one lender, but rather a variety of lenders, we help to determine the loan that best fits you and your circumstances. We offer competitive rates and exceptional service, which will meet and exceed your expectations.
FSI Mortgage is a member in good standing of the Utah Better Business Bureau and the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association. We operate under the laws and supervision of the State of Utah’s Division of Real Estate and the Idaho Department of Commerce. All of our loan officers are expected to maintain their continuing education and licenses per the laws of the State of Utah. Our main office is located in the Salt Lake City area, where we have been headquartered since 1999.
A reverse mortgage is a mortgage loan allowing people age 62 or older to borrow against the equity they’ve built up in their home. A reverse mortgage doesn’t need to be paid back immediately, unlike a traditional home equity loan, and borrowers can put the money toward anything, from paying off medical bills to simply paying the bills.
Because of our unique experience with the Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) reverse mortgage program, FSI Mortgage can offer additional insights and helpful strategies for our clients’ financial needs. Our loan officers focus on individual plans, rather than cookie cutter loans. As a client, you become a member of the FSI family, not just another loan number!
Contact the expert team at FSI Mortgage today to learn how we can help you achieve your financial goals. Our expert mortgage brokers will help educate you about the benefits of reverse mortgages, and determine if one is right for you.
These materials are not from HUD or FHA and were not approved by HUD, FHA or any other federal government agency.