For a limited time, FHA offers sales incentives on HUD homes that will make these homes more affordable for home buyers when purchasing a property using FHA-insured financing. The incentives VARY from State to State but may include: low down payments; sales allowances that can be used to pay closing costs, make repairs, or pay down the mortgage amount; broker bonuses for owner-occupant sales. The benefits of FHA financing are low down payments; competitive interest rates; flexible credit qualifying. To find a HUD-Approved Lender, and for the latest sales incentives in your areas, visit HUDhomestore.com The program incentives are subject to change without prior notice.
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$100 Down Payment! Available to Owner Occupant Home-buyers when purchasing a property using FHA-insured financing.
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FHA will increase its annual mortgage insurance premium for Kentucky FHA Mortgages beginning in early 2013. For example, for most new Kentucky FHA mortgages by 10 basis points, or 0.10%. Premiums on jumbo mortgages — $625,000 or larger — will also increase by 5 basis points, or 0.5%, to maximum authorized annual mortgage insurance premium. These increases exclude certain Kentucky FHA streamline refinance transactions.
Now the big change. It use to be you only paid the annual mip for 60 months or 78% ltv, but now FHA will also require most Kentucky FHA borrowers to continue paying annual premiums for the life of their mortgage loan.
In 2001, the FHA cancelled required MIP on loans when the outstanding principal balance reached 78% of the original principal balance. However, FHA will remain responsible for insuring 100% of the outstanding loan balance throughout the entire life of the loan, a term which often extends beyond the cessation of these MIP payments.
For credit scores below 620 now, FHA is requiring manual underwriting on loans with decision credit scores below 620 and DTI ratios over 43%, raising down payments on loans above $625,000, access to FHA after foreclosure and continuing efforts to improve risk management. There is still a 3 year waiting period for foreclosures and 2 years for a bankruptcy with no lates after bankruptcies. IF you have lates after bankrupcty , it will be hard to get a mortgage loan again.
The FHA will also step up its efforts for approved lenders with regard to aggressive marketing to borrowers with previous foreclosures, while also reminding lenders of their duty to fully underwrite loan applications. All new loans must meet FHA guidelines.
FHA will announce a proposal to increase down payment requirements for mortgages that have original principal balances above $625,000. The minimum down payment requirement for these mortgages will increase from 3.5% to 5%.
Additionally, the FHA will require lenders to manually underwrite loans of which borrowers have a credit score below 620 as well as a total debt-to-income ratio greater than 43%. Thus, lenders will be required to document compensating factors supporting underwriting decisions to approve loans where parameters are exceeded.
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CHANGES TO KENTUCKY FHA STREAMLINE REFINANCE TRANSACTIONS.
In order to be in compliance with HUD Mortgagee Letter 2009-32, the following changes
to Kentucky FHA Streamline Refinanceswill be effective for new case numbers assigned on or
after November 17, 2009. Please review the new maximum insurable mortgage
**** Revised Streamline Refinance Transactions WITHOUT an Appraisal ****
The maximum insurable mortgage cannot exceed:
• The outstanding principal balance* (from payoff) minus the applicable
refund of the UFMIP,
• The new UFMIP that will be charged on the refinance.
**Closing cost cannot be included in the new maximum loan amount. ****Revised Streamline Transaction WITH an Appraisal****
The maximum insurable mortgage is the lower of:
1) Outstanding principal balance* minus the applicable refund of UFMIP, plus
closing costs, prepaid items to establish the escrow account and the new
UFMIP that will be charge on the refinance;
2.) 97.75 percent of the appraised value of the property plus the new UFMIP that
will be charged on the refinance.
Discount points may not be included in the new mortgage. If the borrower
has agreed to pay discount points, the lender must verify the borrower has the
assets to pay them along with any other financing costs that are not included in
the new mortgage amount.
* Outstanding principle balance for the above calculations is defined as the principle balance of the loan
and may include interest charged by the servicing lender when the payoff is not received on the first day of
the month but may not include delinquent interest, late charges or escrow shortages.
The following changes apply for Kentucky FHA Streamline loans with or without appraisal:
A.) Seasoning – At the time of loan application, the borrower must have made at least 6
payments on the FHA-insured mortgage being refinanced.
B.) Payment History – Current mortgage must be 0x30 in the last 12 months or for the life of the loan if loan is < 12 months old and > 6 months old. ) If borrower has less than 12 month history on current loan and has a previous consecutive mortgage, that mortgage must be 0x30 up to the 12 months required.
C.) Net Tangible Benefit – The lender must determine that there is a net tangible benefit
as a result of the streamline refinance transaction, with or without an appraisal. The
transaction must meet FHA net tangible
For FHA Net tangible benefit is defined as:
1.) A reduction in the total mortgage payment (principal, interest, taxes and
insurances, HOA fees, ground rents special assessments and all
subordinate liens): The new total mortgage payment is 5% lower than the
total mortgage payment for the mortgage being refinanced. Example: Total
mortgage payment on the existing FHA mortgage is $895; the total mortgage
payment for the new FHA mortgage must be $850 or less.
2.) Refinancing from an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) to a fixed rate
mortgage: The interest rate on the new fixed mortgage will be no greater
than 2 percentage points above the current rate of the one-year arm. For
hybrid ARMs, the total mortgage payment on the new fixed rate mortgage may
not increase by more than 20%. Example: total mortgage payment on the
hybrid ARM is $895; the total mortgage payment for the new fixed rate
mortgage must be $1,074 or less.
3.) Reducing the term of the mortgage: For transactions that include a
reduction in the mortgage term, that loan must be underwritten and closed as
a rate and term (no cash-out) refinance transaction.
D.) Employment – Streamline refinances must now include evidence of employment and
include a verbal (must be on 1003).
E.) Assets – If there are any closing cost to be paid at close, verification of funds to close
must be included in the file submission.
F.) The file must also include the pay-off statement.
G.) Maximum Combined Loan to Value –
Kentucky Mortgage guidelines will remain at
• For streamline refinance transactions WITHOUT an appraisal, the CLTV is
based on the original appraised value of the property.
• For streamline refinance transactions WITH an appraisal, the CLTV is based on
the new appraised value. H.)TOTAL Scorecard – Lenders should not use TOTAL on streamline refinance
transactions. If a lender uses TOTAL, that loan must be underwritten and closed
as a rate and term (no cash-out) refinance transaction.
I.) Uniform Residential Loan Application (URLA) – Mortgagees may no longer use
an abbreviated version of the URLA. Due to various disclosure requirements and
our long-standing belief that borrowers are best served when certifications they must
make are divulged as early as possible in the loan application process, the
application for mortgage insurance must be signed and dated by the borrower(s)
before the loan is underwritten. Mortgagees are permitted to process and underwrite
the loan after the borrowers and interviewer complete the initial URLA and initial
form HUD-92900A, HUD/VA Addendum to Uniform Residential Loan
Here is what you need to know: When someone’s Louisville Kentucky FHA loan goes into foreclosure, that home becomes a HUD home.HUD becomes the owner of the home and offers the home for sale to recover the loss on the foreclosure. This can create a big opportunity for Louisville KentuckyFirst Time Home Buyers, because HUD will allow you to obtain an FHA loanand instead of 3.5% down, you only have to put $100 down.
Other things to consider:
The program is only for primary residences (No Investors)
You can get up to $5,000 in repairs (conditions apply)
So you’re asking how do I find these homes. As mentioned, only certain homes are available for the $100 down HUD program, so you need a Realtor that is knowledgeable about the program and has access to the bidding process. The bidding process can be overwhelming unless you are working with the right people. Call me today to get pre-approved and I can refer you to a Realtor in your area that can get you a home, with only $100 down.
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Kentucky Mortgage Rates are subject to qualifying criteria and Mortgage Rates can change without notice. Assumptions include a 640 or higher credit score for FHA, USDA, KHC, and 620 credit scores for a VA loan. A loan amount of $100,000.00 is assumed and a 30 day lock required for a Kentucky Mortgage Only.
A 720 credit score or higher is assumed for a Kentucky Conventional Rate Mortgage loan rates and a loan amount of $100,000.00. The loan to value for Kentucky Conventional loans are assumed at 80% ltv or less.
The displayed Annual Percentage Rates (APRs) reflect the interest rates, total points, and additional estimated pre-paid finance charges for the loan products shown, but do not include other closing costs.
The approximate cost of prepaid finance charges does not constitute and is not a substitute for the Good Faith Estimate of Closing Costs (GFE) that you will receive once you apply for a loan. This is not a mortgage loan approval or commitment to lend. The actual fees, costs and monthly payment on your specific loan transaction may vary and may include additional fees and costs.
For loans with less than 20% down payment borrower-paid mortgage insurance may apply.
These mortgage rates are based on a variety of assumptions and conditions which include a consumer credit score which may be higher or lower than your individual credit score. Your loan’s interest rate will depend upon the specific characteristics of your loan transaction and your credit profile up to the time of closing.
Kentucky FHA loans require both an upfront and an annual mortgage insurance premium. The premium varies based on the loan characteristics, your credit score, whether you’ve received loan counseling, and other factors.
Kentucky Jumbo Mortgage rates are higher for borrowers who do not meet the criteria for Conventional Mortgage Loans.,; Please contact your home mortgage consultant for details regarding the criteria or with any other questions.
Kentucky VA loans require a funding fee upfront paid to VA in the form of mortgage insurance .he premium varies based on the loan characteristics, your credit score, whether you’ve received loan counseling factors.
Kentucky USDA loans require a funding fee upfront and a monthly mortgage insurance premium paid to RHS/USDA. The premium varies based on the loan characteristics, your credit score, and other factors.
Subject to credit approval Rates are subject to change without notice.
Rates are subject to qualifying criteria and Mortgage Rates can change without notice. Assumptions include a 640 or higher credit score for FHA, USDA, KHC, and 620 credit scoresfor a VA loan. A loan amount of $100,000.00 is assumed and a 30 day lock required.
A 720 credit score or higher is assumed for Conventional Rate Mortgage loan rates and a loan amount of $100,000.00. The loan to value for Conventional loans are assumed at 80% ltv or less.