Kentucky FHA Mortgage Guidelines Update – Student Loan Debt Policy

Kentucky FHA Mortgage Guidelines Update – Student Loan Debt Policy
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FHA recently announced changes to the existing student loan policy that will positively effect FHA mortgage loan approvals going forward in regards to borrowers with student loans that are deferred.. The changes can be found outlined in Mortgagee Letter 2016-08. Highlights to the changes include:

  • Outstanding balance of student loan calculation utilizing 1% instead of the previously posted 2% in the 4000.1
  • Must use the greater of the outstanding balance, payment listed on the credit report, or the documented fully amortized payment (this means income based repayment on loans currently in default may not be used unless the payment is fully amortized and must be documented as such by the lender).

 

The guidelines below will replace the existing section of our student loan guidance:

Required Documentation

If the payment used for the monthly obligation is:

  • Less than 1% of the outstanding balance reported on the borrower’s credit report, and
  • Less than the monthly payment reported on the borrower’s credit report;

The lender must obtain written documentation of the actual monthly payment, the payment status, and evidence of the outstanding balance and terms from the creditor.

Calculating the Student Loan Obligation

Regardless of the payment status, the lender must use either:

  • The greater of:
    • 1% of the outstanding balance on the loan; or
    • The monthly payment reported on the borrower’s credit report; or
  • The actual documented payment, provided the payment will fully amortize the loan over its term.

If you have any questions about these new guidelines, please give us a call.

 

 

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What are the 2014 Kentucky FHA Guidelines for credit scores, down payments, cash out, and mortgage insurance requirements for a FHA Mortgage loan?

Kentucky FHA Program guidelines have been updated as follows:

For a Kentucky FHA Purchase Loan, we can go down to a 600 credit score with the minimum down payment of 3.5%.  No bankruptcies or foreclosures in the last 2 years.

If you are getting cash out, then the max loan to value or equity position is limited to 85% of the homes value. For example, if you had a home that was valued at $100,000, then the max loan for a FHA Cash Out in Kentucky would be $85,000.00. You still have to may mortgage insurance for life of loan so think carefully about using FHA for a cashout refinance.

The maximum debt to income ratios will be set by the AUS when we run it, but for a refer, it will be limited to 31% and 43% respectively. For example, if you make $3000 a month gross income, the max house payment would be $930.00 piti, and the maximum monthly payments including the new house payment would be $1290.00. So in the above example, the most you could have left in monthly bills listed on the credit report would be $360.00–If you had child support this would count in the dti calculation on the backend ratio of 43%

The seller can pay up to 6% of the buyer’s closing costs and prepaids (property taxes, home insurance for 1st years escrows) of the sales price. So, if you purchased a home for $100,000.00, the seller could give you a concession at closing to pay your closing costs and prepaids. A lot of Kentucky First Time homebuyers use this to limit their cash to close.

The minimum down payment of 3.5% for Kentucky FHA Loans can come from a family member in the form of a gift, or can be borrowed from a 401k, retirement account, or secured asset like a car.

• Seller must own the property a minimum of 90 days prior to the contract date.

FHA loans do not require a termite or home inspection, but they do require a HUD appraisal by a FHA approved Appraiser.

The following changes are effective for all Kentucky  FHA case numbers assigned on or after June 3, 2013: FHA is changing the duration for the collection of MIP
o For all mortgages with an original principal LTV of 90% or less, regardless of loan term, the annual MIP will be assessed for 11 years.
o For all mortgages with an original principal LTV greater than 90%, regardless of loan term, the annual MIP will be assessed for the entire life of the loan.

Loans of 15 year terms or less with LTV 78% or less will pay an MIP amount of 45 bps.

FHA Streamlines Prior to June 2009
FHA Streamlines with case numbers dated June 11, 2012 or later will have new MIP rules applied. If the loan being refinanced was endorsed on or before May 31, 2009, the new Streamline will receive a flat annual MIP of 55 basis points, regardless of loan amount, and the UFMIP ratio will decrease to 0.01% of the base loan amount.

 

 

2014 Kentucky FHA Loan Guidelines for Credit, Down payment, income,

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American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
800 Stone Creek Pkwy, Ste 7,
Louisville, KY 40223

phone: (502) 905-3708
Fax: (502) 327-9119
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Give us a try or let us compare your options on your next mortgage transaction. Call me locally at 502-905-3708. Free Mortgage Pre-Qualifications same day on most applications.

Email me at kentuckyloan@gmail.com with your questions

I specialize in Kentucky FHA, VA ,USDA, KHC, Conventional and Jumbo mortgage loans. I am based out of Louisville Kentucky.  For the first time buyer with little money down, we offer Kentucky Housing or KHC loans with down payment assistance.

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10602 Timberwood Circle Suite 3
Louisville, KY 40223
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Louisville Kentucky Mortgage Programs

As an approved Louisville Kentucky  Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Louisville Ky FHA mortgage professional, I offer a wide array of kentucky loan programs, including Kentucky First Time Home Buyers Programs, Kentucky Refinance Programs, or Louisville Kentucky Renovation Home Programs. We lend on primary, secondary, and investment properties.

Kentucky Home Purchase Programs

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, upgrading to a new home, or buying an additional property, we offer a wide array of mortgage loan programs – many requiring a limited down payment (0 to 3%) for qualified individuals, both repeat and first time buyers.

Mortgage Program Highlights:
  • Fixed and adjustable rate options
  • $0 down payment options available
  • Up to 6% seller concessions
  • Down payment assistance and gifts permitted
  • Credit scores as low as 580
  • Debt to income ratios to 55.00% with automated approval
We specialize in the following Kentucky Home Mortgage Programs:
Conforming Agency (Conventional): Loans that conform to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac guidelines, including maximum loan amount, borrower credit and income levels, down payment, and eligible properties.
Kentucky FHA: Loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration, a federal assistance program that promotes home ownership by offering low down payment options, lower interest rates and easier qualifications.
Kentucky VA: Loans guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs for military service members with benefits like no down payment (100% financing) and competitive (and usually lower) interest rates.
Kentucky USDA: (United States Department of Agriculture) Government-insured rural development loans for the purchase of homes in rural areas with no down payment (100% financing), no monthly mortgage insurance and low interest rates.

KEntucky FHA 203(k): Loan program insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) where purchase price and renovation costs are rolled into one loan amount. Two types:
  1. Standard (k) loan– no maximum for repairs, which can include structural renovations, room additions, roof repairs and replacement of plumbing.
  2. Streamline (k) loan – maximum of $35,000 for repairs including simple and cosmetic renovations like new flooring, kitchen/bathroom updates and gutter repair.
    See details of Stonegate’s Home Improvement Program (HIP) loans under Home Renovation Programs below.

Kentucky Housing Corporatino: KHC housing program for qualified first-time home buyers offering down payment and closing costs assistance up to $10,000 and lower rates.

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