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Kentucky Home Buyers. Purchase a Home No Money Down.


         Kentucky Home Buyers Program Summary below 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 costs due to the lender giving you a lender credit back […]
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What are the current student loan guidelines for a Kentucky FHA, VA, USDA and Fannie Mae Conventional Mortgage loan.


  Kentucky FHA Loan Guidelines for Student Loans: Must be included in the borrower’s liabilities regardless of the payment type or status. The payment amount must be either: ▪ The greater of: · 1% of the outstanding balance on the loan or · Monthly payment reported on the borrower’s credit report, or ▪ The servicer’s […]
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Does FHA require collections to be paid off for a borrower to be eligible for FHA financing?


    Does FHA require collections to be paid off for a borrower to be eligible for FHA financing? A Collection Account refers to a Borrower’s loan or debt that has been submitted to a collection agency by a creditor. If the credit reports used in the analysis show cumulative outstanding collection account balances of […]
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6 options for buying a home with little or no money down


    You’ve got great credit, a stable job, low debt, and money in the bank — but just not enough to make a down payment. Fortunately, there are many programs out there designed to give you that dream home with little to no money down. Source: 6 options for buying a home with little […]
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Kentucky FHA Loans Compared to Kentucky Conventional Loans


  When it comes to financing a home a buyer is faced with the decision of what type of loan they want. The two most common choices are FHA or Conventional. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Follow the chart below to see which one is a fit for you! For more information on homes […]
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$10,000 DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE GRANT FOR LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY HOME BUYERS in JEFFERSON COUNTY KY 2018


ALL FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR THE $10,000 DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE AT THIS TIME. $10,000 Down Payment Grant from Kentucky Housing for 2018 First Time Home Buyers   There still is the $6000 Down Payment Assistance Available year-round       4 Things Every Borrower Needs to Get Approved for a Mortgage or Home Loan In Kentucky […]
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Kentucky Housing Offering 2% fixed 30 year fixed rate home loans for Kentucky First Time Home Buyers with household incomes less than $35,000


  KHC is offering a very low fixed rate on a first-come, first-serve basis for Kentucky Home Buyers.  It can be used for FHA, VA, USDA  and still go no money down with this low rate. The $6000 and $4500 Down Payment Assistance Funds can be used in conjunction with this 30 year fixed rate […]
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How Does Student Loans Affect A Mortgage Loan Approval in Kentucky ?


As more Kentuckians go back to school to further their education, this usually involved for some people student loans to finance their post-secondary high school education. Below I did a summary for the different types of loans for Kentucky Home Buyers and owners for:, FHA, VA, USDA, Fannie Mae and how each loan program effects the borrower and their status […]
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KENTUCKY FHA STUDENT LOAN POLICY UPDATES


April 18, 2016   KENTUCKY MORTGAGE FHA STUDENT LOAN POLICY UPDATES On April 12, 2016, HUD announced a policy change to provide guidance on calculating student loan payments for a FHA Mortgage loan approval.  Per ML 2016-08, this policy is effective for all loans with case numbers assigned on or after June 30, 2016, however, […]
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FHA STREAMLINES REFINANCE GUIDELINES IN KENTUCKY 2015


Refinancing FHA Mortgage loans.  FHA STREAMLINES: FHA to FHA Refinance 620 minimum Credit Score NO AUS findings run NO Income stated on application or verified NO Appraisal – COSTS CAN NOT BE ROLLED INTO LOAN –No longer an allowable option Verify assets only for cash to close If you pay ALL costs with interest rate […]
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