Category Archives: Fannie Mae Homepath

Repair Escrows for Kentucky USDA, FHA, VA, Fannie Mae Home loans


  Most Kentucky mortgage lenders prefer that each property be 100% complete at the time of closing; however, there are situations that warrant exceptions for escrow holdbacks, such as weather-related circumstances, lack of materials available for finishing, foreclosure sales and short-sales where the seller cannot or will not allow property repairs to be completed prior […]
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Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) has $3 million available in MRB, Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years.


Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years. Operation KY Home – MRB Special Funding Program Kentucky Housing Corporation (KHC) has $3 million available in MRB, Special Funding, for active or non-active duty veterans at a 2 percent interest rate, fixed for 30 years. This […]
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Fannie Mae Mortgage Student Loan Solutions Frequently Asked Questions


  Fannie Mae Student Loan Solutions Frequently Asked Questions Listed below are common questions about Fannie Mae’s Student Loan Solutions. Q1. How does Fannie Mae anticipate Student Loan Solutions will benefit borrowers? Forty-four million Americans today have student loan debt; seven in 10 graduates of public and nonprofit colleges in 2015 had student loan debt; […]
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Guidelines Changes on Student Loans for Conventional Mortgage Fannie Mae Mortgage loans in Kentucky for 2017.


For Kentucky Home Buyers using Fannie Mae or Conventional Loans that have student loans reporting a payment on the credit report, we can now use the payment reporting on the credit report even if it is income-based repayment plan. FHA and USDA still will use 1% if the student loans are IBR, but Fannie Mae […]
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Kentucky First Time Home Buyer Questions to Ask Your Lender?


  Kentucky First Time Home Buyer Questions to Ask Your Lender? ∘ What kind of credit score do I need to qualify for different first time home buyer loans in Kentucky? Answer. Most lenders will wants a middle credit score of 640 for KY First Time Home Buyers looking to go no money down. The two […]
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Kentucky FHA Loans Compared to Kentucky Conventional Loans


  Which Loan is better for you? Kentucky FHA Loans are good for borrowers who have the following: • Credit scores less than 680. • Less than 5% down payment and no reserves to use. • Borrowers with past foreclosures between 3 and 7 years old. • Borrowers with past short sales between 2 and […]
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2017 Kentucky First Time Home Buyer Loan Programs


  Kentucky First Time Home Buyer Programs for 2017   There are basically 5 popular programs that Kentucky Home buyers use to purchase their first home.   Conventional Loan • At least 3%-5% down • Closing costs will vary on which rate you choose and the lender. Typically the higher the rate, the lesser closing […]
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HomePath listings in Jefferson County, Louisville Kentucky!


Check out the HomePath listings in Jefferson County and Louisville, Kentucky! Let your clients know these properties are available. Some have special incentives! Select the property address to find out more information. 635 S 44TH ST LOUISVILLE, KY 40211 3.0 br, 1.0 ba | 1574 sq. ft. MLS ID: 1457633   $31,000 Just Listed 615 […]
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Check out the Fannie Mae HomePath listings in Jefferson County Louisville, Kentucky for 2016


    Address Location Type Status Price Beds Baths Previous Next 223 Middletown Sq Louisville, KY Single Family Just Listed $78,000 1 1 1663 Al Mara Cir Louisville, KY Single Family Just Listed $195,000 4 3 609 Logsdon Ct Louisville, KY Condo Just Listed $75,000 1 1 8206 Roland Ave Louisville, KY Single Family Just […]
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Kentucky Fannie Mae Mortgage Guideline Changes for 2015


Fannie Mae Kentucky Conforming Guideline Changes The following guideline changes are effective immediately for all Kentucky Fannie MaeF Conventional loans; however DU will not be updated to reflect these changes until August 15th 2015 Conversion of Currently Primary Residence Requirements for conversion of a borrower’s current primary residence to secondary or investment have been removed. […]
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