What are the requirements to  qualify for a Kentucky FHA Mortgage?

What are the requirements to  qualify for a Kentucky FHA Mortgage in 2019?

Kentucky  FHA loan is a mortgage that is insured by the Government agency under Housing and Urban Development that is called FHA or short for Federal Housing Administration. The loan was established for Kentucky Home buyers will very little or no money down home loans with more  lenient credit score and  income requirements  and tends to be more forgiving about credit history with regard to bankruptcy and foreclosures, higher debt to income ratios and job history with limited work history for home buyers will only 2 years work history or less.

Kentucky FHA Credit Score Requirements and Down Payment Requirements

The Kentucky FHA  home loan  program may accept credit scores as low as 580 and require at least a 3.5 percent down payment of the sales price on a purchase. If you have a credit score below 580, then  a 10 percent down payment or more may be acceptable some FHA lenders in Kentucky , providing you meet all program guidelines in regards to debt to income ratios, assets, and income requirements .  The loan cannot be used for rental properties and does allow for co-signers if they are related.

Remember, these guidelines are set forth by FHA and all lenders do not have to offer these guidelines, to whereas they may a higher credit score or more money down or income restrictions on how much you can qualify for.

Kentucky FHA Mortgage Loans and Bankruptcy or Foreclosure

In case you had a  blemish on your credit report with a bankruptcy, short sale or foreclosure, follow these guidelines.

Kentucky FHA loans requires a passage of two years since the discharge date of a chapter 7 bankruptcy. A chapter 13 bankruptcy may be acceptable after at least 12 months of an on time pay-back period and the borrower has received permission from bankruptcy court to enter the mortgage transaction, and you qualify with the new house payment along with other debts on the credit report.

Three years must pass if you went through a short sale or foreclosure. The date starts when the home was sold, not when you entered the transaction toward foreclosure or short sale period. Sometimes the house will not sell to 1-2 years later after the foreclosure and this is when the passage date starts. Keep this in mind on your next FHA loan pre-approval if you have had a bankruptcy or foreclosure in the past.

Kentucky FHA Loans and Mortgage Insurance

FHA loans have two forms of mortgage insurance which protects the lender for any losses suffered if the borrower defaults on the payment. ne is called upfront mortgage insurance premium (UFMIP) which has a rate of 1.75% of the loan amount. The fee can be added to the loan amount or paid in full as part of your closing costs. In addition, FHA loans also have a 0.8-0.85% (of the loan amount) monthly mortgage insurance. In most cases, this mortgage insurance remains for the life of the loan. To eliminate the mortgage insurance, the borrower must refinance the loan into a non-FHA loan program and have 20% equity in the property.

In addition to the down payment requirements on a FHA loan, they’re closing costs and prepaids to pay at closing. The  seller can contribute up to 6% of the sales price to help the buyer with closing costs and prepaid expenses. Closing costs vary from lender to lender and your prepaids would be the same no matter which lender you choose because this is a function of the property ‘s home insurance premium quote you obtain and the property tax bill on the home set by PVA.

Sometimes the lender can pay a credit toward these expenses at closing with a lender credit which lets the lender credit back to you with a higher rate to reduce the costs of the loan’s costs at closing for out of pocket expenses.

All Kentucky FHA loans are assumable, which means that when the homeowner sells a home, the buyer may be able to take on the existing loan and terms (e.g.: balance, rate and remaining loan amount). Of course, anyone interested in the assumable loan feature must go through the approval process (credit check, income verification) with the current lender on the property. This is a very rare occurrence because most sellers are going to sell the home for more than they owe on it.

Kentucky FHA Loan Requirements

 

For a detailed explanation of the requirements, you can read the HUD handbook and check with prospective lenders.

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Kentucky FHA Loan Limits for 2019

Kentucky FHA Loan Limits for 2019
FHA has announced new loan limits for 2019. For all FHA loans with Case Numbers assigned on or after January 1st, the following will be effective
 these values are updated to coincide with the new FNMA loan limit floor values.

Kentucky Lending Limits for FHA Loans in KENTUCKY Counties

FHA mortgage lending limits in KENTUCKY vary based on a variety of housing types and the cost of local housing. FHA loans are designed for borrowers who are unable to make large down payments.

kentucky fha loan limits for 2019 will be $314,827

HUD Announces Higher FHA Loan Limits for 2019

December 20, 2018 – The HUD official site has announced higher FHA home loan limits for 2019. The higher loan limits are attributed to what the agency describes as “robust” increases in median housing prices over the last year. Nationwide, the limit for “average” housing markets-defined as those not in high-cost or low-cost areas-is set in 2019 at $314,827.

That is an increase from 2018 when the limit was set at $294,515.

 

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Kentucky FHA Lending Limits

2019 Kentucky FHA limits include the following cities of  Fort Thomas, Erlanger, Florence, Ashland, Frankfort, Lexington, Richmond, Somerset Elizabethtown, Louisville, Owensboro, Hopkinsville, Fort Campbell North, Mayfield, Paducah, Madisonville, Henderson, Radcliff, Fort Knox, Georgetown, London, Bowling Green, E-town, Shepherdsville, Mount Washington, Lagrange, Shelbyville, Independence,  Hodgenville, Brandenburg, Morehead, Danville, Versailles, Lawrenceburg, Simpsonville, Winchester, Williamstown, Pikeville, Munfordville, Prospect, Crestwood, St. Matthews, Highlands,

 

Annual MIP Rates for Kentucky FHA Mortgage Loans have been Reduced for 2015

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Annual MIP Rates for Kentucky FHA Mortgage Loans have been Reduced
Per the HUD Mortgagee Letter published January 9th, 2015, there will be a “reduction of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) annual Mortgage Insurance Premium (MIP) rates and Temporary Case Cancellation Authority”. This will be “effective for case numbers assigned on or after January 26, 2015“.

NOTE:  15 YR PREMIUMS ARE REMAINING THE SAME.


Up Front MIP (UFMIP)

UFMIP for all FHA transactions remains unchanged at this time.

MI duration

The duration of MI for FHA loans is also unchanged, remaining effective for life of loan for most transactions.  Refer to ML 2013-04 for details.

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Kentucky FHA PMI Changes for 2015

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FHA MI Premiums Reduced
*Revised*

Effective 01/26/2015

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New Reduced MI Premiums Today!

HUD announced in Mortgagee Letter 2015-01, certain FHA loans will have a reduced monthly MIP factor as reflected in the below table. The rate reduction for annual MIP applies to all FHA mortgages with terms greater than 15 years, excluding streamline refinance transactions that are refinancing existing FHA loans that were endorsed on or before May 31, 2009.

Loan Amount LTV (%) Previous New
< $625,500 < 95.00% 130 bps 80 bps
< $625,500 > 95.00% 135 bps 85 bps
> $625,500 < 95.00% 150 bps 100 bps
> $625,500 > 95.00% 155 bps 105 bps

 

  Thanks to previous changes to the FHA program, borrowers now have to pay mortgage insurance premiums longer than ever.

The length of time on which you’ll pay mortgage insurance premiums on your FHA loan is as follows:

Mortgage Term Loan to Value Ratio Length of Mortgage Premium
15 years or shorter Up to 90% 11 years
15 years or shorter Greater than 90% Full loan term
Greater than 15 years Up to 90% 11 years
Greater than 15 years Greater than 90% Full loan term

Source: HUD.gov.

Kentucky FHA PMI Rates Changes 2013

Effective April 1, 2013 these are the new Kentucky FHA PMI Rates. There are two kinds of Kentucky FHA PMI Insurance.  To calculate your FHA PMI Premium for a Kentucky FHA loan – take your Loan Amount and multiply it by the UFPMI rate (which will likely be 1.75%).  Add that PMI Dollar Figure to your loan amount.  That’s what your principal and Insurance is going to be based upon.

Then that that TOTAL Loan Amount (including your Upfront PMI) and multiply that by the Annual FHA PMI Rate.  Divide that number by 12.  You will have THAT amount added to your Principal and Interest Payment with loans that have case numbers pulled after the end of March 2013.

Additionally, you will note that the new effective annual FHA PMI rates for loans with an LTV of less than or equal to 78 percent and with terms of up to 15 years have gone from ZERO to .45%. The new annual FHA PMI changes ONLY for these loans is effective for case numbers assigned on or after June 3, 2013.   

Term > 15 Years

Base Loan Amount

LTV

Effective Annual PMI UFPMI
≤$625,500 ≤ 95.00% April 1, 2013 1.30 % 1.75%
≤$625,500 > 95.00% April 1, 2013 1.35 % 1.75%
Above $625,500 ≤95.00% April 1, 2013 1.50% 1.75%
Above $625,500 > 95.00% April 1, 2013 1.55% 1.75%
NOTE! Guideline Change. NO MATTER What the LTV is, there is a FHA PMI fee

Term > 15 Years

Base Loan Amount

LTV

Effective Annual PMI UFPMI
≤$625,500 ≤ 90.00% April 1, 2013

.45%

1.75%
≤$625,500 > 90.00% April 1, 2013

.70%

1.75%
Above $625,500 ≤ 90.00% April 1, 2013

.70%

1.75%
Above $625,500 > 90.00% April 1, 2013

.90%

1.75%
Exception: New Streamline Refinances previously endorsed on or before May 31,2009
Base Loan Amount

LTV

Effective Annual PMI UFPMI
Any Amount

Any

June 11, 2012

.55%

.01%

Note that FHA has also issued guidance regarding how long FHA PMI will be on the loan. Effective June 3, 2013 the following will be in effect:

Previous and New FHA Annual PMI Duration

Term

LTV

Effective Previous New
≤ 15 yrs ≤ 78 April 1, 2013 No annual MIP 11 years
≤ 15 yrs > 78 – 90.00 April 1, 2013 Cancelled at 78% LTV 11 years
≤ 15 yrs > 90.00 April 1, 2013 Cancelled at 78% LTV Loan term
> 15 yrs ≤ 78 April 1, 2013 5 years 11 years
> 15 yrs > 78 – 90.00 April 1, 2013

Cancelled at 78% LTV & 5 yrs

11 years
> 15 yrs > 90.00% April 1, 2013

Cancelled at 78% LTV & 5 yrs

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Louisville Mortgage Programs

Louisville Mortgage Programs

Louisville Conforming Loans
The term “conforming” specifically refers to the loan amount. FNMA (Federal National Mortgage Association, aka Fannie Mae) and FHLMC (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, aka Freddie Mac) are the government agencies that set this limit. The current loan limit is $484,350. If you borrow an amount less than or equal to $484,350 then your loan amount will be considered “conforming”, since you will be conforming to the FNMA and FHLMC guidelines. Please contact one of our professional Loan Consultants to discuss your personal situation.  Learn more and View rates.

Jumbo Loans
A jumbo loan is any loan amount greater than $484,350 which is the limit set by FNMA (Federal National Mortgage Association, aka Fannie Mae) and FHLMC (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, aka Freddie Mac). A “super jumbo” loan is any loan amount greater than $650,000. The qualifying guidelines for these mortgages can be strict, so be sure to contact one of our professional Loan Consultants to discuss your personal situation.
Learn more and View rates.

Refinancing
If you would like to refinance your current Louisville Mortgage Programs mortgage, it would be our pleasure to assist you. There are many reasons why it might be to your benefit to refinance your Louisville Mortgage Programs mortgage. In most cases, it would make sense to refinance if you could lower your rate, shorten the number of years remaining on your term or take out some of your equity. Perhaps you have an adjustable rate mortgage now, and would like the security of a fixed rate mortgage. One of our professional Loan Consultants can help you by showing you the cost to obtain a new mortgage and assess the overall savings to you.

You can make an application to refinance in one of three ways: 1) complete the on-line application through our secure website Apply Now, 2) via telephone (502) 905-3708 with one of our professional Loan Consultants, or 3) download and print the application and fax it to our office at (502)813-2795. We want the application process to be fast, easy, and convenient for you.  Learn more and View rates.

Debt Consolidation
Debt Consolidation loans use the equity in your home to reduce your overall indebtedness. Generally, you can reduce you monthly payments significantly by using equity to pay off high interest debts such as credit cards and personal loans. This is an excellent way to ‘unlock’ the equity in your home and put it to work saving you money!

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If this is your situation, you must let us quote you a rate. We offer programs not found anywhere else. We have some of the best Louisville Mortgage conforming rates for every situation. Call us today! We make it easy, quick and totally confidential–you will not be sorry. Call toll free 1-502-905-3708.

Louisville FHA Loans
An Louisville  FHA loan is a loan for residential real estate guaranteed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). FHA permits loans up to 96.5% of your purchase price and 97.75% of your homes value for a streamlined refinance or up to 95% of your homes value for a cash-out refinance. Loan limits are set by county in each state. Click the following link to determine the FHA loan limit for your area https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/hicostlook.cfm.

Louisville FHA loans permit flexible qualifying and rates that are comparable to conforming loan rates and fees. We offer Adjustable Rate and Fixed Rate loans in all of Kentucky Counties.  Learn more and View rates.

Louisville VA Loans
VA loans (or Veteran Administration Loans) guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs, to assist our Louisville Veterans of military service with 100% financing for the purchase or refinance of their homes. Veterans may obtain financing in all 50 states and our rates are comparable to conforming fixed rate loans.  Learn more and View rates.

For VA eligibility information, click here.

Second Mortgage
Second Mortgages are called by many different names. They are sometimes called ‘Home Equity Loans’ or ‘Home Improvement Loans’. Regardless of the name, the loan is characterized by a second lien on your home. Second mortgages can typically be used to get ‘cash in hand’ to use for any reason.

There are basically two types of Second Mortgage Loans: Closed End and Open End.  Closed End Second Mortgages have an amortization period, and generally, a fixed rate. They pay off in a preset term.  Open End Second Mortgages are often called Home Equity Lines of Credit or HELOCs for short. They offer the ability to reuse the money as you repay the line. It works just like a credit card except the rate of interest is much lower.

For both types of Second Mortgages, the interest you pay is usually tax deductible. To determine deductibility of mortgage interest, contact your tax advisor.

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FHA Mortgage Loan Limits for Kentucky (KY) 2011

FHA  Mortgage Loan Limits for Kentucky (KY) 2011

County
1 Family
2 Family
3 Family
4 Family
Adair County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Allen County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Anderson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Ballard County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Barren County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Bath County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Bell County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Boone County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Bourbon County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Boyd County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Boyle County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Bracken County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Breathitt County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Breckinridge County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Bullitt County, KY
Butler County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Caldwell County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Calloway County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Campbell County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Carlisle County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Carroll County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Carter County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Casey County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Christian County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Clark County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Clay County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Clinton County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Crittenden County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Cumberland County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Daviess County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Edmonson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Elliott County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Estill County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Fayette County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Fleming County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Floyd County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Franklin County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Fulton County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Gallatin County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Garrard County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Grant County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Graves County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Grayson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Green County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Greenup County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Hancock County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Hardin County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Harlan County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Harrison County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Hart County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Henderson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Henry County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Hickman County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Hopkins County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Jackson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Jefferson County, KY
Jessamine County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Johnson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Kenton County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Knott County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Knox County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Larue County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Laurel County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Lawrence County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Lee County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Leslie County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Letcher County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Lewis County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Lincoln County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Livingston County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Logan County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Lyon County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
McCracken County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
McCreary County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
McLean County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Madison County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Magoffin County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Marion County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Marshall County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Martin County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Mason County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Meade County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Menifee County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Mercer County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Metcalfe County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Monroe County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Montgomery County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Morgan County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Muhlenberg County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Nelson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Nicholas County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Ohio County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Oldham County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Owen County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Owsley County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Pendleton County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Perry County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Pike County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Powell County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Pulaski County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Robertson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Rockcastle County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Rowan County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Russell County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Scott County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Shelby County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Simpson County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Spencer County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Taylor County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Todd County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Trigg County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Trimble County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Union County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Warren County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Washington County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Wayne County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Webster County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Whitley County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Wolfe County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250
Woodford County, KY
$271,050
$347,000
$419,400
$521,250