New Mortgage Product Provides Affordable Path to Homeownership for 70% of Market Unable to Pay Standard 20% Down Payment
Risk Reduction Mortgages Help Homeowners Diversify Their Largest Asset (Home), Reduce Foreclosure and Other Risks, and Save Thousands in Annual Fees
Manchester, N.H., Oct. 4, 2018 – Home Diversification Corp., a startup Fintech mortgage product provider, today announced the launch of its signature solution, Risk Reduction Mortgages. This new product will be made available to homeowners and creditors starting in 2019, disrupting the $30-trillion U.S. and $160-trillion global real estate market.
Developed by renowned mortgage experts, this product has been proven to substantially reduce risk for all stakeholders and provide much needed stability to the housing finance system. Underpinned by Home Diversification Agreements (borrower sells local home-price index and buys national price index), Risk Reduction Mortgages will deliver key benefits:
“Our new mortgage product is the most important financial innovation since securitization,” says Marc Biron, RRMC founder and CEO. “If available at the time, there is strong evidence they would have helped avert the 2008 meltdown.” Adds RRMC Senior Advisor, John N. Osland, “Our mission is to help millions of homeowners by diversifying their most concentrated investment – their homes. We will remain relentlessly laser-focused on the homeowner.”
RRMC also announced publication of a new article, “Time for New Innovation in the Fractured Housing Finance System,” detailing headwinds and systemic risks that continue to build in the housing finance system.
The Risk Reduction Mortgage will be offered exclusively by Home Diversification Corp. Contact us today at (603) 493-3654 to learn more.
Home Diversification Corp is a Manchester, NH-based Fintech mortgage product provider. They are the creator of the exclusive Risk Reduction Mortgage – termed “the only free lunch in Economics,” an innovate product that addresses the all-important issues of affordability, diversification and risks for residential real estate stakeholders.