As of March 2023, the monthly mortgage insurance premium was reduced on HUD (Housing and Urban Development) insured loans, aka FHA (Federal Housing Administration) loans. As conventional loans will now have new (mostly worsening) loan level price adjustments, FHA will again soon appear to be the better option for some home buyers, including those buying for the first time. The following is a list of some of the benefits of this government insured loan type.
FHA may be the answer to get you or your buyer the keys. For questions regarding the loan cost, how to prepare for purchasing a home or to see if you can get a Step Ahead approval (seen by underwriting and approved in advance), contact your trusted loan officer professional. In today’s fast-paced market, now is the time to see what’s happening and take the mystery out of the mortgage process.
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