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Meet Shain Urwin
Retirement Mortgage Specialist
Find the best reverse mortgage deals in Boise, Idaho.
Shain Urwin is the National Reverse Mortgage Director for C2 Financial. Shain and C2 Financial make up one of Boise’s top teams if you’re interested in learning more about how a reverse mortgage might help you – whether you’re in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Star, Kuna, Middleton, Nampa, Caldwell or anywhere in Ada County or Canyon County.
Shain is a retirement mortgage specialist with 22 years of experience in the lending and real estate industries.
He is now directing all his time and energy into helping the seniors of Boise plan for a happier and more financial retirement by helping them achieve their hopes and dreams via mortgage solutions.
Shain is owner and broker of one of the Treasure Valley’s largest reverse mortgage brokerages and has personally closed hundreds of loans.
He loves the “hands-on” feeling he gets from working closely with his clients as he helps them change their lives for the better.
“I love life and look forward to meeting new people every day,” Shain says.
“Zest for life and love for people drives me to success.
“Never having met a stranger, I naturally cultivate strong relationships with those I work with and enjoy being a ‘connector’ of individuals, ideas and goals.”
Shain proudly says he is the father of ‘two amazing kids’ and ‘the most beautiful wife’ all of whom he adores spending time with.
He also loves the wild outdoors and cheering for the Seattle Seahawks.
What is a reverse mortgage?
A reverse mortgage is such a fantastic loan product because it has the power to transform the lives of seniors who find themselves under financial stress.
It is perfect for those who have equity in their home but are struggling to find the money for today’s rising living expenses.
As long as you are at least 62 years of age, you can apply for this mortgage which gives you access to the equity in your home and convert it into a brand new income stream.
It gives retirees the chance to remain in their family homes, when they may have been forced to consider the unpleasant option of having to sell, just to finance their retirement.
They can then enjoy their sunset years with financial freedom and without having to count every penny.
Funds can be made available in a number different ways including a line of credit, monthly installments, a lump sum or even a combination of all three.
As long as the terms of the loan are met, it does not require repayment until either the homeowner sells or the last surviving borrower passes away.
It’s a really clever way homeowners can set themselves up for a very comfortable retirement.
House prices in Boise have doubled in less than six years, climbing to $460,845 although they have encountered a small correction of 3% over the last 12 months* (https://www.zillow.com/home-values/3737/boise-id/).
Already, 1,652 residents in the Boise area have purchased a reverse mortgage with 510 signing on in the last 12 months*.
About Boise, Idaho
Idaho’s capital city was named after a French word meaning “wooded”.
It was originally used by French-Canadian fur hunters in the 19th century to identify the Boise River.
They were actually translating an English name for the waterway given by Robert Stuart in 1812 who called it “The Wooded River”.
It’s nickname today is the “City of Trees”.
Idaho’s most populous city, its 235,000 residents live 2,704 feet above sea level.
The city has a rich jazz, theater, performing arts and indie music scene which includes the Treefort Music Fest, supporting emerging artists and bands every March.
It is also home to several museums including the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Historical Museum and the Basque Museum and Cultural Center.
You will also find the vibrant Basque Block which proudly showcases Idaho’s significant Basque community, many who live in Boise.
A Basque festival known as ‘Jaialdi’ is celebrated every five years and is due to be held next in 2025.
Boise is regularly cited for its quality of life by publications such as Forbes, Fortune and Sunset.
The Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is in Boise and is the only one of its kind in the country.
Contact your Boise reverse mortgage lender today.
Please call him at (208) 577-5500 and he will be only too happy to assist you, no strings attached!
*As of March 2023
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