Sarah B. Mancini and Odette Williamson, attorneys with the National Consumer Law Center and 2017 recipients of an academic research grant from the Borchard Foundation Center on Law & Aging, have published a paper on reverse mortgages based on their research.

The paper, Reversing Course: Stemming the Tide of Reverse Mortgage Foreclosures Through Effective Servicing and Loss Mitigation appears in the June 2018 issue of the Elder Law Journal and is available here.

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Julie Gilgoff, a 2017-18 Borchard Fellow working with the Sustainable Economies Law Center in the Bay Area in California, posted an article describing her senior housing project. Julie is working on an effort called Aging Cooperatively that explores and promotes alternative policies and models to help meet the aging population's need for supportive and secure housing opportunities.

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