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SBA 504 Secondary Market Fix to Increase Liquidity to 50% of 2007 Levels

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Growing Number of Seniors Rely on Reverse Mortgages to Finance Home Care

Homeowners 62 or older who have considerable home equity can take out reverse mortgages, borrowing against the value of their home for a lump sum of money, fixed monthly payment or line of credit with no loan payments required.

Reverse mortgage insiders say the long-term care trend is somewhat new, yet becoming increasingly more prevalent.

“I would say that funding in-home care is a top-five reason our clients are looking for a reverse mortgage,” Jennifer Cosentini — housing director at Cambridge Credit Counseling Corp. in Agawam, Massachusetts — told Home Health Care News’ sister publication Reverse Mortgage Daily. “In most of these cases, we are speaking with a family member who has power of attorney or a conservator who is paying the bills and wants to keep the client in the home as long as possible.”

Given the cost, it’s no surprise a growing number of seniors are turning to their houses for help paying for staying in them.

Has Ben Ashkenazy Pushed Barney's Out of NYC For Good? – Company Explores Bankruptcy Proceedings

At this juncture, the sources told CNBC that filing bankruptcy is far from certain and is only being explored to find a way to keep Barney’s alive.

A spokesperson for Barneys told CNBC, “At Barneys New York, our customers remain our top priority and we are committed to providing them the excellent services, products, and experiences they have come to expect.” The spokesperson added that, “our Board and management are actively evaluating opportunities to strengthen our balance sheet and ensure the sustainable, long-term growth and success of our business.”

Barney’s however, is not the only retailer to feel the crunch from online competition. According to the CNBC report, such clothing line competitors as Nordstrom are trading nearly $20 a share lower than a $50 a share buyout offer it rejected two years ago as too low. Saks-owner Hudson’s Bay Company is considering going private after its shares fell nearly 50% in the year through June. Shares of Macy’s are down 40% through the past year.”

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