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Louisville Kentucky FHA Seller contributions can make a big impact for a first time home buyer struggling to save the required 3.5% down payment let alone all other related fees. A seller who understands the benefit and has the ability to offer assistance could make the difference between purchasing a home now and continuing to rent.
Louisville Kentucky FHA Maximum Seller Contributions
Louisville Ky FHA guidelines allow the seller to contribute up to 6% of the sales price toward the buyers closing costs, discount points, and prepaids. The seller is also allowed to pay the upfront mortgage insurance premium (MIP) which is typically rolled into the cost of the loan.
Common FHA Closing Costs:
Below is a list of customary fees associated with an Kentucky FHA loan. This is only an example of costs the seller may pay on your behalf and does not include all allowable costs per…
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