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  • Home A Loan: A Quick Guide on Reverse Mortgages for Senior Advocates

    A reverse mortgage is a type of loan that allows senior homeowners to convert the equity in their homes into a source of income, without having to sell the home. Content Detail

    National Consumer Law Center
  • Home and Personal Property Disaster Loans

    This document addresses the requirements for eligibility for financial assistance from the US Small Business Administration if you are in a declared disaster area and are the victim of a disaster. Content Detail

    U.S. Small Business Administration
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  • Reverse Mortgages

    A reverse mortgage is a loan against your home that you do not have to pay back for as long as you live in your home. With a reverse mortgage, you can turn the value of your home into cash and not have to make monthly repayments. The total loan must be paid back when the last surviving borrower dies, sells the home, or permanently moves away. Reverse mortgages are quite a bit different from other types of debt. These loans can be complicated, and you have a lot at stake. So be sure to investigate reverse mortgages carefully before deciding if one makes sense for you. Content Detail

    AARP Legal Services Network
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  • Georgia Taxpayer Bill of Rights

    Basic information about your rights as a taxpayer, your rights during an audit, your rights to dispute any determinations that you owe taxes. Content Detail

    Georgia Department of Revenue
  • Restrictions on the Way Real Property Can be Used

    This document describes basic legal limits on the way people use their property, including zoning regulations, subdivision covenants, easements, building codes, environmental regulations, and anti-discrimination laws, excerpted from An Introduction to Law in Georgia, Fourth Edition, published by the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, 1998 (updated 2004). Read More

    Carl Vinson Institute