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FHA Financing Just Got a Little Easier for Bank Owned property Buyers

By Chad in June 2008 with 0 Comments


Many of you have called and with questions about the low 3% down FHA financing that is currently available.

In the past, FHA financing criteria have excluded bank owned properties for 90 days as well as certain communities that were not “FHA approved” from eligible for FHA financing.

FHA financing just got a little easier for bank owned property buyers.

For one year, the White House temporarily suspended the rule that imposed a 90-day waiting period before foreclosed homes can be sold to receive government loans.

FHA Commissioner Brian Montgomery said “A glut of foreclosed and abandoned homes harms neighborhoods, frustrates homebuyers and delays a community’s recovery.” He went on to say that the new policy “will allow homebuyers to purchase these homes in much greater numbers and ease the excess supply of unsold homes.”

Check out the full article by clicking on the link Property-flipping rule suspended.