Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional David Heilman has launched Homegrown Financial LLC, giving older homeowners a way to enrich their retirement by using their home’s equity to securely fund their lifestyle needs today and tomorrow.
As the founder and principal owner of Homegrown Financial, Heilman has more than 12 years of experience in reverse mortgage financing. In 2012, he became the first Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional in the state of South Carolina — a designation reserved for those in the industry who have the highest level of experience, knowledge and an ethical standard.
A reverse mortgage is a safe, reliable way to access home equity. Older homeowners can convert part of their home equity into cash without selling their house, giving up ownership or taking on a new monthly mortgage payment. Like with traditional mortgages, homeowners are responsible for all property taxes, insurance and HOA fees.
“We know that traditional retirement income sources are becoming unreliable, leaving many in retirement vulnerable to future financial strain,” Heilman said. “That’s why we’ve devoted ourselves to helping people make use of their existing home equity as a way to fund their retirement. We believe everyone deserves to have financial independence and make their own decisions for as long as possible.”
Heilman lives in Mount Pleasant with his wife and two boys. He is the current president of the Rotary Club of Charleston Breakfast, a past chairman of the National Aging in Place Council of Greater Charleston Chapter and past president of the Mortgage Lenders Association of Greater Charleston.
About Homegrown Financial LLC
Traditional retirement sources are becoming unreliable, leaving many people vulnerable to future financial strain. Homegrown Financial LLC has a solution that uses home equity to securely fund a homeowner’s lifestyle needs today and tomorrow, resulting in financial peace and independence. Learn more about Homegrown Financial LLC at www.homegrownfinancial.com or call 843-762-2218.
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