Posted - March 1, 2018
#DoSomethingGood celebrates those who commit their time and energy to helping seniors in their communities
ORANGE, Calif. (March 1, 2018) — American Advisors Group (AAG) officially announced on February 10, 2018 the winner of the company’s $1,500 Do Something Good contest, Ruby Rublesky, a classical pianist and parkour enthusiast from Drumore, Pennsylvania. AAG promoted the contest through its website and social media channels using the hashtag #DoSomethingGood, and encouraged people to
Posted - February 7, 2018
Sacramento branch supports AAG’s expansion into more home equity solutions for older Americans
ORANGE, Calif. (Feb 7, 2018)— American Advisors Group (AAG) today officially announced it has leased 11,037 square feet at 80 Iron Point Circle in Folsom, California (the “Sacramento branch”) as part of its expansion into Northern California and traditional mortgage lending. AAG expects to grow the Sacramento branch to 70 to 80 loan officers in 2018. The company began offering traditionalRead More...
Posted - October 27, 2017
AAG’s Photo & Caption Contest
American Advisors Group (AAG) is excited to announce the Do Something Good Grant to celebrate those who commit their time and energy to helping senior citizens in their communities. If you are the type of person who loves engaging with seniors, then this is your chance to win $1,500 just by sharing your experiences doing something wonderful for seniors in your local community.
So, if you enjoy…
Shuttling seniors to church or doctor’sRead More...
Posted - October 9, 2017
After nationwide search, AAG selects Austin for expansion, brings more finance sector jobs to city’s workforce
ORANGE, Calif. (Oct. 9, 2017)—American Advisors Group (AAG), the nation’s leading reverse mortgage lender, formally announced today the grand opening of its first stand-alone operations center in Austin, culminating a two-year nationwide site selection process. The 24,750 square-foot space at Paloma Ridge designed by Sixthriver Architects will leverage Austin’s skilledRead More...
Posted - April 10, 2017
A heartwarming segment featuring AAG Borrower, Alice Smith of Haddonfield, New Jersey tells the story of how a reverse mortgage loan helped one senior avoid foreclosure and age in place with peace of mind.
AAG loan officer, Lorraine Faas, helped Smith obtain the reverse mortgage loan to help continue to pay property taxes. Prior to obtaining the reverse mortgage loan, Smith, who was disabled at a young age due to complications from Polio, was barely scraping by with her late father’sRead More...
Posted - February 22, 2017
Orange, Calif. (February 21, 2017) – American Advisors Group (AAG) today announced its designation as an approved reverse mortgage lender for United Real Estate, an innovative and fast-growing real estate and franchise company. AAG will attend United’s annual convention next month in Austin, Texas.
As an approved lender, AAG will educate United agents on reverse mortgage loans to present senior clientele an additional financing solution for home purchase. The government-insured HECM forRead More...
Posted - January 1, 2017
Reza Jahangiri founded AAG in 2004 out of a passion to help seniors live more comfortably in retirement. Under his leadership, AAG grew to be the #1 reverse mortgage loan lender in America and has been ranked a Top Workplace in Orange County, Calif., every year since 2013.Read More...
Posted - December 19, 2016
Jahangiri Elected as Co-Chair of NRMLA Board
ORANGE, Calif. (Dec. 19, 2016) – American Advisors Group (AAG), the leading reverse mortgage lender in the nation, today formally announced that Reza Jahangiri, chief executive officer, and Paul Fiore, executive vice president of retail sales, have been re-elected to the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) 2017 Board of Directors. This will be Jahangiri’s fourth term on the board and Fiore’s third. Directors were elected
Posted - November 18, 2016
As 10,000 baby boomers are expected to reach retirement age daily—and living longer—many are finding that their savings may not be enough to live comfortably during their golden years.
U.S. News & World Report writer Kira Brecht suggests that reverse mortgage loans may provide older Americans an additional source of funds to supplement retirement. Brecht’s article highlights the supporting opinions of prominent financial experts and reverse mortgage leader American Advisors GroupRead More...