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Federal Housing Administration mortgages are about to get cheaper

By Mike Wheatley | January 10, 2017
Homebuyers seeking Federal Housing Administration insured mortgages will soon be able to take advantage of reduced costs.
Featured News, Real Estate, US Real Estate

Obama announces cheaper FHA mortgage insurance premiums

By Mike Wheatley | January 12, 2015
President Barack Obama said in a speech Thursday that mortgages need to be more accessible and affordable to creditworthy families to spur a stronger housing market.
Mortgage, US Real Estate

FHA Set To Raise Premiums on Mortgages

By Mike Wheatley | February 1, 2013
The Federal Housing Administration has just announced plans to raise premiums on most new mortgages by 10 basis points (0.1%), meaning that the average borrower can expect a $13 increase on their monthly repayments, according to reports.
Mortgage, US Real Estate

4 Ideas For Saving Thousands Of Dollars On Your Mortgage Payment

By Donna S. Robinson | December 28, 2012
If you are a typical home buyer, paying less than 20% down, there is about a 90% chance that you'll use an FHA, VA or USDA loan to finance the purchase of your first home. If you do choose one of these "government insured" loans, you'll be subject to high fees and interest costs that will amount to more than the entire price of your home.
Featured News, Investing, US Real Estate

AEI Study Shows How FHA Financing Is Destroying Thousands Of Neighborhoods

By Donna S. Robinson | December 24, 2012
According to American Enterprise Institute Fellow, Edward Pinto, the FHA mortgage insurance program is helping to destroy the neighborhoods that FHA is most heavily involved in. A detailed study of FHA lending practices and default rates shows that lower income borrowers and home owners with FHA loans are much more likely to default on their loans.
Real Estate, US Real Estate

FHA Delinquencies Surge To Record Levels In 3rd Quarter 2012

By Donna S. Robinson | October 26, 2012
For the first 20 years of it's existence the Federal Housing Administration, created in 1934, enjoyed a delinquency rate of 0.2%. As of September 2012, the delinquency rate has surged to a record 17.3%. Compare that to less than 2% for privately insured mortgage company, MGIC.
Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

New FHA Rule Could Deny Mortgage Backing to 50% of Potential Buyers

By Mike Wheatley | March 28, 2012
Experts say that a new ruling by the Federal Housing Administration is likely to rule out thousands of potential buyers from securing a government-backed mortgage when it comes into force next Monday.
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