Enjoy or Plan a Retirement in New York with a Reverse Mortgage

If you presently own a home in New York a reverse mortgage can help you downsize from your current home and into a state that has plenty of history to revisit and beautiful natural landscapes to explore as well as an interesting theatre and opera culture that deserves attention.

At PS Financial Services, a reverse mortgage company licensed in New York, we always work with our clients to find the best product for their personal situation. Whether you are looking for at a Reverse Purchase or Reverse Mortgage, PS Financial Services can help.

If you think a Reverse Purchase is right for you or you simply want more information, let us know at (888) 845-6630 or email us at info@PSReverseMortgage.com.

New York, affectionately known as “The Empire State,” as cliché as it may sound, has something for everyone. It’s a place where residents and visitors can go wherever, whenever and experience everything they desire all in one state.

Children, parents and retirees can all enjoy what New York has to offer, whether it’d be food, nature parks or a trip to one of the many museums found all over the state.

From what has been proclaimed as “the best pizza” to a street cart hotdog on the way to Central Park for a walk or a trip to Times Square to explore one of New York’s most popular locals, New York can offer the greatest adventures daily.

For nature enthusiasts, the Gorge at Watkins Glen State Park is renowned for leaving visitors mesmerized. The two-mile path is famous for its 19 waterfalls that descend into a 400-foot deep stream.

Campers can also enjoy an Olympic-size pool, scheduled tours through the gorge as well as campsites for trailers or tents. In addition, Watkins Glen State park is a short ways from Seneca Lake or Catherine Creek, where visitors can fish and maybe even catch a rainbow trout.

Those who love history can explore the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, which recently installed new, permanent exhibits that come to life through interactive, audio-visual theaters and artifacts.

Also included in the new exhibits is FDR’s secret White House Map Room, which contains projections of maps and timelines of key battles during WWII and follows along as his strategies are explained in detail.

Theatre and opera is also a big portion of the New York experience.

One of the oldest theatres in New York, Proctor’s Theatre, located in Schenectady, continues to thrive, offering audiences large, elaborate Broadway productions as well as giant screen films. It was built in 1926 by F.F. Proctor (“Dean of Vaudeville”) and almost torn down in the 1970’s after a decline in theatergoers before and after the Great Depression.

In addition, the Glimmerglass Festival, an opera company founded in 1975 by Peter Macris, and formerly known as the Glimmerglass Opera, presents its opera season annually at the Alice Busch Opera Theater on Otsego Lake. Glimmerglass Opera is known for producing new, lesser-known works, occasionally even rare works are performed. Currently, it is the second-largest summer opera festival in the United States.