New FHA guidelines effective 9/14/15 Below are the FHA guideline changes effective for FHA case file numbers assigned on or after September 14, 2015. Below are the topics and the new guideline language which replaces the prior rules often because the prior rules were... Read More
What Realtors, attorneys, buyers, & sellers need to know about how TRID will change a purchase closing For most real estate professionals, TRID is the least understood big regulation in history probably and it starts October 3, 2015! Can a lender, settlement a... Read More
FHA Changes FHA recently changed a lot of their guidelines on 9/14/2015. So we will provide the game plan to navigate minor tweaks to big FHA changes. Below are answers to FHA FAQ’s Is a borrower eligible if they have a delinquent federal debt but have ... Read More
What Realtors, attorneys, buyers, & sellers need to know about how TRID will change a purchase closing TRID: Get familiar with the new forms taking the place of current ones (No more HUD, GFE, TIL, & others) and the totally new process. Make sure that you... Read More
What Realtors, attorneys, buyers, & sellers need to know about how TRID will change a purchase closing Whether everyone likes it or not, the TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosure Rule or TRID, is going to happen on October 1, 2015. TRID which is mandated as part of ... Read More
USDA Rural Development Home Loans help buyers purchase a home with no down payment required. In addition to no down payment, it has recently become even more affordable. The recent reduction in the USDA funding fee and monthly payment is helping prospective home ... Read More
USDA announces increase in the USDA guarantee or funding fee effective 10/1/2015 to 2.75% For buyers, USDA mortgage loans are so popular (especially in NC, SC, and Virginia) because they allow first time or subsequent homebuyers to purchase a primary residence with n... Read More
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The Veteran’s Administration announced that the VA limits for potential 100% financing has increased for the first time since 2006. VA loan limits match the conforming loan limits set by the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Basically, this means the primary ... Read More
USDA well water test requirements Learn USDA Well Water Test Requirements Buying a home outside city limits? There is a good chance that the source of water comes from a well. So if there is a well, the USDA Rural Home Development requires that the local healt... Read More
Fannie mae guideline update: paid off revolving debts are excluded from debt ratio For the last few years, even if a person pays off credit cards or lines of credit at closing or before, the payments must be still included in their debt to income ratio. Effective i... Read More
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First Time Home Buyer Can Use New Tax Laws to Make a Home Purchase More Affordable There’s a lot of good numbers flying around these days about real estate! Existing home sales, new home construction, and other confidence numbers continue to rise. Actually a recent USA Today article stated, “homebuilder confidence hit the highest level in 18 years in […]
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The House and Senate income tax reform bills offer a lot of changes to many tax payers. Many are debating the pros versus cons of tax reform. Although, the main goal of the reform appears to be to help the American tax payers and further stimulate the economy. One area that had many in the real estate industry […]
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