Ron’s NRMLA News Coverage

Dear Reader,

This year’s NRMLA Annual Meeting and Expo was a great success. We enjoyed visiting with our partners and meeting new faces. This year we wanted to bring a little fun back to the conference.  We hope you enjoyed Ron Burgundy and his news crew in San Diego, CA. Thanks to everyone for your participation!

Click the video below to see Ron’s full coverage report during the conference. Ron interviewed several industry professional’s to confirm that ARS is the best in the industry.

 Ron Burgundy’s Field Report









In case you missed the promo and staff interviews videos, please check out the links below.

Channel 4 News Promo

Ron One on One

Stay classy San Diego and thanks for stopping by!

Camp Fire Relief Fund

By now everyone is aware of the magnitude of the damage caused by the fires in California.  Our industry is rooted in the shared mission of helping seniors by aging in place and improving their lives by helping to provide financial security. The Camp Fire has threatened the safety and security of thousands of seniors who have lost their personal belongings, their homes and the lives of some of their loved ones. All of us at Allegiant Reverse Services (ARS) have come together to try and help in any way we can by adopting a senior, donating supplies, clothes, toys and we have scheduled multiple ARS teams to head up to Chico, CA to help wherever it’s needed.


We have seen firsthand the generosity and community spirit of the reverse mortgage industry and we’re asking for you to join us in helping the senior population in Butte County.  Allegiant Reverse Services (ARS) has started by helping one senior relocate to her new home. Click Here to read Carol’s story.


Together we can, and we will do more! ARS has chosen Paradise Alliance Church because of their focus on the senior community. They are a part of the 5% of the structures that survived the fire that wiped out the the town of Paradise. Their church will be used as a hub for the rebuilding efforts and they need help. They are working directly with more than 600 members who are seniors to assess their needs, and with our donations they will be in a better position to do so. We are directing the money to go towards helping pay for lodging for seniors who have lost their homes.


You may donate directly to Paradise Alliance Church through this GoFundMe account.


Find out more information about  the Paradise Alliance Church here:


Some current statistics of the Camp Fire in Northern California.  For more current statistics please click here.


As of 11/19/2018

  1. Butte County
  2. 151,000 acres burned
  3. 66% contained
  4. 77 civilian fatalities – 3 injuries
  5. 11,713 residences, 472 commercial and 3,388 other buildings
  6. Almost 1,000 people missing

Our hearts go out to all affected by this disaster and we thank you in advance for your generosity.

Camp Fire Survival Story

Meet Carol and her friends (pictured above) who were displaced during the Camp Fire in Butte County, CA.  Carol is safe, but her friends need a place to stay.


Caroline Elizabeth Rollo was a resident of Magalia for 9 years with her late husband, Ted a.k.a. Teddy Bear.  After Ted’s passing, Carol moved on to live at Feather Canyon Retirement in 2008 and has developed a community of great friends.  Caroline loves to dance; in fact, in her younger years she and Ted danced competitively.  Carol is wonderful in the kitchen, she loves to bake, cook and has a wicked sense of humor.


On Thursday, November 9th at 7:30 am, Carol and her dog Sadie stood at the corner of Feather Canyon Retirement parking lot when her close friends Dwight Lightbody (Buddy) and Rich Brown drove by and picked her up.  At this time the fire had spread to surround their vehicle; luckily, the 3 narrowly escaped Paradise arriving in Corning 8 hours later.  Carol is currently staying with family until she can  relocate to a new residence. Buddy and Rich are staying at hotel in Redding as they pursue a new residence.


Allegiant Reverse Services (ARS) has bought Carol a new bed, dresser, TV and are replacing her favorite lounge chair. Our team has come together to do whatever we can to help make her relocation to Roseville a little easier. We know nothing can replace what she has lost, but we’re doing everything we can to make sure her basic needs are taken care of.  There are hundreds more just like Carol who are temporarily or permanently relocating while their community gets rebuilt.

If you can help in any way please contact us at