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Fannie Mae has just announced an update to their minimum required credit scores to qualify for a home loan.  This update will help more people buy a home.  Let’s talk about your situation, as the dream of owning that home may be closer than you think!

Fannie Mae has just announced an update to their minimum required credit scores to qualify for a home loan.  This update will help more people buy a home.  Let’s talk about your situation, as the dream of owning that home may be closer than you think!

Related Article Title: Fannie Mae Selling Guide Updates – SEL-2021-08 – Dated September 1, 2021 Written by: Lloyd Rutherford, Staff Writer Fannie Mae is announcing a substantial update to minimum credit score thresholds.  This update will provide you with the details to assist your clients with lower credit scores. Rule Synopsis: Fannie Mae is updating […]

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Your Rental History Counts!  Big Win for Many First-Time Homebuyers! Fannie Mae just released a bulletin that they will now consider your rental payment history when underwriting your loan.  Many times, rental payments do not show up on a credit report, which meant those payments were not considered.  Now the automated underwriting systems are being updated to evaluate your rental history. Message or call me and let’s discuss your new dream home!

Your Rental History Counts!  Big Win for Many First-Time Homebuyers! Fannie Mae just released a bulletin that they will now consider your rental payment history when underwriting your loan.  Many times, rental payments do not show up on a credit report, which meant those payments were not considered.  Now the automated underwriting systems are being updated to evaluate your rental history. Message or call me and let’s discuss your new dream home!

Related Article Title: Fannie Mae’s FAQs for Positive Rent Payment History – Dated August 18, 2021 Written by: Lloyd Rutherford, Staff Writer Fannie Mae issued an update to DU Version 11 that will allow Rent Payments to be considered.  However, there are certain procedures that need to be followed to make this happen for your […]

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Freddie Mac will now allow a 95% LTV [Loan to Value] for 2-4 Unit properties on their HomePossible® program.  Previously they required an 85% LTV, so this is a BIG change!  If you are considering purchasing a multi-unit property to live in and renting out the other units, let’s discuss your plan. This program change may be what you needed to move forward!

Freddie Mac will now allow a 95% LTV [Loan to Value] for 2-4 Unit properties on their HomePossible® program.  Previously they required an 85% LTV, so this is a BIG change!  If you are considering purchasing a multi-unit property to live in and renting out the other units, let’s discuss your plan. This program change may be what you needed to move forward!

Related Article Title: Freddie Mac Selling Guide Updates- Bulletin 2021-29- Dated September 1, 2021- Effective November 15, 2021 & December 1, 2021 Written by: Sue Villanova, Staff Writer Freddie Mac bulletins are a great way to stay up to date on guideline changes.  Be sure to read through these latest changes to become familiar with […]

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Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac – Updated FAQs for COVID – Dated September 1, 2021

Written by: Lloyd Rutherford, Staff Writer As COVID restrictions on the housing market start to unwind the FAQs are an important way to update your knowledge about what rules are or are not in effect. Rule Synopsis: The GSE’s (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) have updated their FAQ documents for COVID related (temporary) changes to […]

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If you are purchasing a property from someone that you have a professional or personal relationship with, you may run into a home financing restrictions.  These are called “Identity of Interest” or “Non-Arm’s Lengths” Transactions.  Let’s talk first so that you can properly structure your new home loan!

If you are purchasing a property from someone that you have a professional or personal relationship with, you may run into a home financing restrictions.  These are called “Identity of Interest” or “Non-Arm’s Lengths” Transactions.  Let’s talk first so that you can properly structure your new home loan!

Related Article Title: Identity of Interest – Buying Another Property Owned by the Present Landlord Question: If a tenant is purchasing another property owned by their landlord, would it still be considered an Identity of Interest transaction and be subject to the 85% LTV restriction? NEW Chart – Identity of Interest – Non-Arm’s Length Transactions […]

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