Jan Jordan is Greeley, Colorado’s reverse mortgage specialist and most reputable lender. Always available to answer your questions, she often travels the front range area to visit with current and prospective clients and offer guidance to financial planners and real estate agents.
Reverse mortgages are available to many homeowners age 62 and older regardless of income or credit. Use it to increase retirement cash flow, assist with finances while living on a budget, or even to purchase a home.
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About Greeley, Colorado
Greeley is in northern Colorado and is situated 49 miles north-northeast of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. According to the 2012 Census, the population of the city is 95,357, making it the 12th most populous city in the state of Colorado. Greeley is a major city of the Front Range Urban Corridor.
The town was named after Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune, it began as the Union Colony in 1869, an experimental utopian society, but the name was later changed in honor of Horace Greeley and Colorado Governor Benjamin Eaton declared Greeley an official city on April 6, 1886. Greeley was built on farming and agriculture but kept up with most modern technologies as they grew. Telephones were in town by 1883 with electric lights downtown by 1886. Automobiles were on the roads alongside horse drawn buggies by 1910. KFKA became one of the first radio stations to broadcast in the USA in 1922 and the Greeley Municipal Airport was built in 1928. Greeley housed two POW camps in 1943, during World War II. One was for German POWs and the other was for Italian POWs. A vote to allow the sale of alcohol passed by a mere 477 votes in 1969, thus ending Temperance in the city. Greeley is home to the oldest orchestra west of the Mississippi. The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra was started in 1912. In 1958, Greeley became the first city to have a Department of Culture. Greeley is still growing and changing today, its population has more than doubled since 1970.