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Fannie Mae Changes that could help Virginia or any Buyers in the Country
As per the Fannie Mae website : They issued an updated Selling Guide Announcement (SEL-2010-11) which says lenders are not required to pull a second credit report right before the loan closing . Fannie Mae has, instead, encouraged lenders to have processes Read More...
FHA Changes on Home Loan - 2010
Its just been the 1st month of the year we already have heard a load of changes coming along on FHA home loans. Most of these changes are going to effect the spring or summer. So keep up with my blog I will post as soon as I find out! Mortgage insurance Read More...
FHA Loans - Documents Needed for FHA Loan
FHA Loans - Documents Needed for FHA Loan ........................................................................................................................ For past couple years I have seen increasing number of my clients choose to go with FHA Read More...
Not all Condominiums are FHA Approved or Approvable!
Many of you might be thinking of purchasing a condominium which fit into the FHA mold (great for 1st time buyers / priced under 440K) and need the FHA program - (down payments < 5% or 10%, marginal credit) It is very important that you find out if Read More...
New FHA Loan Limits!!!!
HUD and FHA announced their new max loan limits this morning (March 6th 2008). In almost all of the Washington Metro area our new loan limit is $729,750 (up from $362,250). This is our max FHA loan limit and is good through the end of 2008 when Congress Read More...
FHA Comes to the Rescue Of the Credit-Challenged
With the subprime mortgage industry in free fall, where do home buyers with less-than-perfect credit turn for financing? The news reports are grim. Dozens of subprime lenders closed their doors or cut back sharply on new mortgage offerings. Lenders are Read More...