Together, we can help older Americans retire better.

Grow Your Business With AAG

Today, seniors need more financial help than ever in order to maintain their standard of living and secure a better retirement. At AAG, we are confident that our teams can find new ways for our customers to leverage home equity as a retirement tool that can provide them with the financial safety net they deserve.

With exclusive access to innovative products, the industry’s most qualified professionals, and solutions to build your practice, AAG can be your competitive advantage as more of the families you serve turn to home equity to help improve their retirement. Together, we can make a positive difference for the millions of Americans entering retirement each year.

For Professionals

Wholesale Partners

Grow your business with the nation's leading reverse mortgage lender

Financial Professionals

Increase longevity and liquidity for the families you serve

Real Estate Professionals

Open up more inventory and gain the competitive advantage

Residential Builders

Increase closings in your communities and boost buyers’ purchasing power

Human Resource Professionals

Help your employees prepare for retirement and enhance your company’s value proposition

Senior Care Professionals

Solutions for supplementing in-home and long-term care costs

Call us today: (844) 395-4373

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American Advisors Group, NMLS #9392, headquartered at 3800 W. Chapman Ave., 3rd & 7th Floors, Orange, CA 92868.

News & Updates

AAG Changes Conversation Around Home Equity

After a steady period of increased home price appreciation, many senior homeowners now have a solid foundation of equity in their homes. For Baby Boomers entering retirement, tapping into their home equity with a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM), commonly known as a reverse mortgage loan, can enable them to stay financially secure in their […]

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Boomers Spend Big On Home Improvements

Home improvement spending continues to trend upward, with the latest data from Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies putting the aggregate total at a new high of $424 billion. That’s up 10% from 2015 and a whopping 50% from 2010’s low. The home improvement sector can thank the Baby Boomers for that. Learn more…

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The New Academy of Home Equity in Financial Planning

When it comes to retirement planning, discussions about downsizing, refinancing, making renovations to the home to support aging, reverse mortgage loans are ignored in most financial plans. This void is shocking since home equity is typically the largest asset that most Americans have as they near and enter retirement. This is according to a group […]

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