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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Mortgage lenders "routing" homebuyers to FHA?

on Aug 1, 2015 in FHA Information | Comments Off on Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Mortgage lenders "routing" homebuyers to FHA?

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Mortgage lenders "routing" homebuyers to FHA? "Borrowers with minor credit dings, physician or down payments of less than 20%, still can't get access to federally backed loans once considered mainstream," claims writer E. Scott Reckard. So, what's an FHA then? Some sort of non-federally backed mortgage? For more informaiton please visit here… Caught in the Middle: NOVA Home Loans named in federal audit The office of Inspector General got a referral from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's Quality Assurance Division, after a separate lender originated FHA insured loans that may have gone against HUD rules and regulations. If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Carolyn Roan: Steps to buying a home Unless the home is located in a geographically acceptable area for USDA 100 percent financing or you're a veteran eligible for a 100 percent VA loan, you will have to come up with at least $ 3,500 for an FHA loan. That money has to already be in your … If you would like more informaiton please visit here… Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Mortgage lenders "routing" homebuyers to...

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