FHA Home Loan

FHA Borrower Eligibility:

Primary Borrowers:

To apply for an FHA Home Loan a borrower must have a Social Security Number and be able to document a satisfactory 2 (two) year history of credit, income and assets. Permanent resident aliens are eligible under the same terms as United States Citizens. The borrower must show evidence of Green Card information.

Non-permanent resident aliens may be eligible if satisfactory evidence of legal residency and ability to work in the United States is documented.

Borrower must be the primary resident only. Borrower must have a social security number and a satisfactory 2-year credit profile, income, assets, and credit. Occupying Co-Borrowers:

Co-Borrower must take title to the property and sign the note and mortgage documents. Co-Borrower must complete a loan application and a complete underwriting of income, credit and assets is required. The co-borrower will be qualified the same as the primary borrower.

The co-borrower cannot be a person who is a third party to the purchase transaction: seller, realtor, builder, or appraiser.

Non-Occupying Co-Borrowers:

A co-borrower who will not occupy the property, but is being added to the loan application to strengthen the profile is permitted. Maximum financing is available under the following:

The Co-Borrower must be a close family member or demonstrate a long-standing family relationship with the primary Borrower. If no such relationship can be verified, the LTV cannot exceed 75%. The subject property is a single family detached, PUD, or an approved condo unit. Co-Borrower must have a primary residence in the United States of America. A complete credit underwriting analysis will be performed for the non-occupant co-borrower. The income, assets and debt will be included in the loan information and will be weighed equally with the borrower.


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2019 FHA Credit Score needed to buy
a condo or refinance


FHA loan requirements new borrowers with less than a 580 credit score will be required to put down at least 10%

FHA requires a minimum credit score of 500 to buy a home or refinance


Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy at least two years must have elapsed since the discharge date


Foreclosure

Foreclosure must have been resolved for at least 3 years

Government loan: Seasoning is determined by the date the claim was paid

Loans other than Government: Seasoning is determined by the date of sale the lender sold the property


Short Sale

FHA guidelines requires three year past from the date of sale of the property


What documentation will I need?

  • Personal tax returns for the past 2 years
  • Current pay stubs for the past month
  • Bank statements for last 2 months (all pages)
  • Clear copy of Driver’s License (front and back)
  • Clear copy of SS card (front and back)

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