If your income or credit score has caused a few bumps in the road on your homebuying journey, a FHA home loan may be the perfect fit you’ve been looking for.
If your income or credit score has caused a few bumps in the road on your homebuying journey, a FHA (Federal Housing Administration) home loan may be the perfect fit you’ve been looking for. FHA loans have become increasingly popular due to their flexible qualifications like, higher debt-to-income allowances, down payment options as low as 3.5% and first-time homebuyer incentives. They also accommodate for those affected by foreclosure or bankruptcy.
- Must be owner occupied by Borrower -Non occupying co-borrower (relative allowed)
- 1-4 family owner occupied
- Typically, can only have one FHA loan
- Up to a four unity property, with at least one-unit owner occupied
- Condos must be on HUD approved list
Job Requirement Guidelines:
- W-2 Self Employed Borrowers allowed. *HUD’s income and employment requirements must be met.
- Monthly MIP based on LTV and Mortgage Term
- Up-Front MIP of 1.75% included in the loan amount
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