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Jeannie Hager

Home Equity Retirement Originator

NMLS# 2359019


801 E. Morehead St., Suite 301, Charlotte, North Carolina 28202

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About Me

Jeannie B. Hager joined the Mutual of Omaha family in July 2022, her role with the company is as a Home Equity Conversion Originator.

Jeannie has been a resident of Greensboro, NC for over 50 years.  She is the wife of Paul Hager and mother of 4 wonderful children.  She is a Board member of Brandenburg & Friends supporting The V Foundation for Cancer Research.  She’s an active member of Grimsley High School Athletics Booster club and Elks Lodge #602 both in Greensboro, NC.

She enjoys spending time with her family and beach vacations.  She is a fan divided between East Carolina University and NC State Wolfpack.

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Common Examples of What a HECM Can Help You Do

  • Purchase a new home to fit your lifestyle needs
  • Reduce monthly expenses by paying off existing mortgage
  • Enhance your cash flow
  • Create an emergency fund
  • Fund for home repairs or upgrades
  • Fund the expense for caregivers, live-in nurses, or other in-home care
  • Protect your retirement portfolio
  • Reduce monthly expenses by paying debt
  • Incorporate housing wealth into your retirement plan
  • Increase cash to help ensure monthly bills are paid
  • Reduce the burden of out-of-pocket healthcare costs
  • Have the cash for a large expense, such as a vacation or vehicle
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