Well, well, well – one thing certainly can be said of those of us living in the Washington, DC area: we read our news. Yesterday, MetLife unexpectedly announced it was exiting the Reverse Mortgage field, catching even its own employees off guard. Met had already sold its bank and closed its home mortgage division months earlier. Within 10 minutes of the announcement my phone began to ring. And ring…and RING. Colleagues, clients, and co-workers wanted to know if Met’s exit meant my employer, Middleburg Bank, was going to be negatively impacted. So what does this mean for you, for your clients, and for those of us privileged enough to live here in the greater Baltimore-Washington corridor? NOTHING. It means nothing. And WHY? Because the…