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FHA Streamline perfect for underwater mortgages

FHA Streamline Refinance: Perfect for Underwater Mortgages
December 30, 2013

The FHA streamline refinance is a special program set up by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to make it easy for FHA borrowers to drop their interest rate and payment. But did you know that the FHA streamline is great for underwater homes, when you owe more on the mortgage than the […]

FHA mortgage insurance

FHA Mortgage Insurance Explainer
April 19, 2013

FHA mortgage insurance premiums have recently undergone changes and become more expensive. As of June 3, 2013, FHA mortgage insurance on most new FHA loans is payable for the life of the loan. It’s important to know how FHA mortgage insurance works so you can make an educated decision on whether an FHA loan is […]

FHA Loan Overview
January 1, 2013

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) refinance loan allows those who have an FHA loan currently to refinance at a great rate, with no appraisal or income documentation. The FHA program is also great for first time home buyers and repeat buyers alike who don’t want to make a large down payment on a home. This […]

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FHA Streamline Refinance Rates and 2016 Guidelines
June 1, 2016

Current FHA Streamline Tips And Guidelines The FHA streamline refinance program helps current FHA homeowners lower their rate and payment without most of the traditional refinance documentation. It is a fast and cost-effective way to refinance that comes with lenient documentation and credit standards. >>Check today’s FHA streamline refinance rates here.<< In 2016, the FHA […]

FHA Streamline Refinance Guidelines and Rates
October 2, 2014

The FHA home loan is a popular choice especially so for first time home buyers. Why is that? FHA loans require just 3.5 percent down while still offering competitive mortgage rates. The FHA program isn’t limited to first-timers, but many who buy their first home do find the FHA program more attractive to their bank […]

If you're denied at one lender, you might be approved at another, thanks to varying underwriting rules

If You’re Denied at One Mortgage Lender, Try Again at Another
April 24, 2014

The lending landscape has normalized to a point, with wild loan programs from an array of lenders a thing of the past. But to this day, lenders still approve loans according to their own set of rules. If you’ve been denied by one lender, another lender may be perfectly fine with your loan file. If […]