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In addition, estimation results for consumption functions with respect to various kinds of wealth suggest that the annuitization of wealth because of the maturing of public pensions and the introduction of reverse annuity mortgages is likely to further decrease the savings rate in the future.
The first decision that any potential buyers have to face is is whether to take out an annuity mortgage or endowment policy.
Almost none of this goes to long-term care, and reverse annuity mortgages don't sell, because Medicaid exempts the home - the government will pay.
In contrast to conventional Annuity mortgages where borrowers pay off the capital sum of the home loan plus the interest every month, with endowments the customer only pays off the interest.
The loans consist of interest-only mortgages, linear mortgages, annuity mortgages, savings mortgages, or combinations of these.
The loans include interest-only mortgages, linear mortgages, annuity mortgages, savings mortgages, life mortgages, and combinations of the above.