July 8, 2020

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Conventional Loan Interest Rates Make History, FHA Loan Rates Still Incredibly Low

Five Things You Should Know About FHA Refinance Loans

Five things you should know about FHA refinance loans include the fact that you can find an FHA mortgage to refinance any typical home loan, you can get a refinance loan with cash out, and you can refinance a home to remove an ex-coborrower, spouse, or other persons from the mortgage. #5: FHA Refinance Loans Are Available For Both Existing FHA Mortgages And Non-FHA Mortgages You may only refinance a mortgage using an FHA refinance loan, but the types of mortgage you can refinance include FHA, VA, conventional, USDA, etc. You do not have to have an existing FHA mortgage to apply for FHA refinancing. You are required to occupy the home being refinanced with the FHA mortgage, and refinance loans for secondary residences may be limited depending on the | more...

Does The Fed Interest Rate Cut Also Cut Mortgage Loan Rates?

What Is The Difference Between FHA Cash-Out And No Cash-Out Refinance Loans?

What is the difference between FHA Cash-Out and No Cash-Out refinance loans? Aside from the obvious cash out option, there are several important differences in these two types of FHA refinance loans you should know about before you decide which one is right for you. FHA Refinance Loan Occupancy Requirements FHA loans generally require at least one borrower obligated on the loan to occupy the property as the primary residence as a condition of loan approval. But beyond that, cash-out refinance loans and FHA no cash-out refi loans have some other occupancy rules you should know. For FHA Cash-Out refinancing, HUD 4000.1 instructs the lender, “Cash-out refinance transactions are only permitted on owner-occupied Principal Residences. The Property securing the cash-out refinance must have been owned and occupied by the Borrower | more...