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BEWARE! Big FHA Increase on Monthly Mortgage Insurance Premium on April 18th....

BEWARE! Big FHA Increase on Monthly Mortgage Insurance Premium on April 18th....Dream Home

On  April 18th, FHA will be adjusting the monthly mortgage insurance premium.  This could potentially have a big impact on buyers qualifying for a FHA loan.

For instance on a $150,000 purchase with an adjusted loan amount of $146,975, the monthly mortgage insurance will go from $110.23 per month to $140.85 per month.

If you are or have an FHA Buyer you need to see your lender as soon as possible.  This will save you hundreds of dollars if you buy now.

If a Buyer has good credit, there are other programs that will further save money. 

Give me a call if you would like additional information.



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Comment balloon 3 commentsPam Jank • March 30 2011 12:04AM


Important info to know when the deadline approaches.

Posted by Michael C. Price, Ann Arbor-Real Estate Strategist (Keller Williams) over 9 years ago

Unfortunately, after April 18th, many FHA Buyers will loose thier qualification status due to the additional costs.

Posted by Pam Jank, Your Coeur d'Alene & North Idaho Real Estate Pro (Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty) over 9 years ago

Higher costs causes less buyers who qualify.

Higher costs causes buyers to qualify for lower purchase price.

Therby pushing prices down, causing sellers to lose equity and to wait longer for a buyer.

This can't be good for the housing market.

However, I do understand FHA's need to increase their reserves to cover all their foreclosure losses.

Posted by Dave Halpern, Louisville Short Sale Expert (Keller Williams Realty Louisville East (502) 664-7827) over 9 years ago