Reverse Mortgage Spokesperson
Tom Selleck has been on television and in movies since 1969 with his first television episode in a show called Lancer, an old Western series that ran for about two years on CBS from September 1968, to June 1970. It was not till nearly ten years later when his leading role in Magnum, P.I. as “Thomas Sullivan Magnum IV” did he find super-stardom which led him to appear in 162 episodes and skyrocketed his career to become a household name to this day.
Selleck has won a slew of awards throughout his fifty-year career such as Best Actor, Favorite TV Icon, Outstanding Lead, Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, People’s Choice, the list is quite extensive. All qualities which make him an excellent choice for what you may have come to recognize him for today, a spokesperson for AAG, or American Advisors Group’s for its Home Equity Conversion Mortgage loans, or more commonly known as reverse mortgages for seniors. Selleck has been with AAG as their spokesperson since U.S. Senator Fred Thompson of Tennessee died in 2015. Thompson replaced film and television actor Peter Graves who also remained with AAG till his death in 2010.
In the following videos, watch Tom Selleck talk about AAG and their reverse mortgage products as well as why he believes they are a good choice for seniors age 62 and over, and in particular, how he would not represent the product if he thought it was a poor choice for retirement.
I know what you’re thinking. I thought what you thought. Some things are just too good to be true. Just like you I thought that reverse mortgages had to have some kind of catch, just a way for the banks to get your house, right? Well then, I did some homework and I found out it’s not any of that it’s not another way for the bank to get your house, and it’s also not too good to be true. A reverse mortgage loan is a simple idea really, you turn your home’s equity into cash, and you pay it back when you leave the house. Most people use the money to pay off their existing mortgage or pay some bills, cover medical costs, even update their home and just as importantly you still own your home, and you make no monthly mortgage payments.
Look, this isn’t my first rodeo, and let me tell you something, I wouldn’t be here if I thought reverse mortgages took advantage of any American senior or worse, that it was some way to take your home. It’s just a loan designed for older homeowners and it’s helped over a million Americans. A reverse mortgage loan isn’t some kind of trick to take your home. It’s a loan like any other; big difference is, how you pay it back.
AAG is just one of many companies we work with for our reverse mortgage clients when the situation makes sense for them. We work with all seniors by evaluating each person’s financial situation, circumstances, and equity position in their home. We can then, together, help you decide which banks and which reverse mortgage products are best for your unique circumstances. Call us today to find out if a reverse mortgage through American Advisors Group is for you.