Kentucky Fannie Mae Mortgage Guideline Changes for 2015


Kentucky Fannie Mae Mortgage Guideline Changes for 2015.

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2 thoughts on “Kentucky Fannie Mae Mortgage Guideline Changes for 2015”

  1. There are many home loan programs available these days. Every mortgage has a different scenario. Here are some niches available for conventional financing:

    FREDDIE / LP Loans
    If the gift is less than 20% of the sales price, borrower must contribute own funds equal to at least 5% of the purchase price
    Allows blended ratios on non-occupant co-borrowers
    Appraisal over 120 days old – Exterior only 2055 allowed to extend beyond 120 days – max date is 240 days
    No PIW – Freddie offers an “HVE” on Open Access HARP only
    Condo Streamline review to 90%
    Max 4 financed properties when subject is a 2nd home or investment prop
    Accept responses w/ disputed accounts don’t require confirmation of the accuracy of the disputed tradelines – already included in LP assessment
    Cash out Freddie only requires 6 months before the new Note date
    Requires 2 years landlord experience to use rental income
    Funds received from a wedding allowed as borrower’s own funds
    May require rent loss insurance when using rental income to qualify
    Up to 50% DTI in most cases
    Employment Contracts; start work within 90 days
    Gift letters must list the property address being purchased
    95% LTV Max on ARMs
    Refinance of a restructured mortgage is not eligible
    75% LTV on cash out O/O on Super Conforming up to $625k

    FANNIE / DU Loans
    Minimum borrower contribution from the borrower’s own funds is not required – all funds needed to complete the transaction can come from a gift (1 unit)
    Occupying borrower(s) must qualify for mortgage payment (will not blend ratios)
    Appraisal over 120 days old – 1004D allowed to extend the validity period – max date is 240 days
    Property Inspection Waiver (PIW) may be offered in DU Findings…
    Condo Limited Review to 80%
    If tradeline disputed and delinquency in last 2 years from credit report date, follow instructions on findings
    Cash out requires 6 months seasoning before application date
    No landlord experience required to use rental income
    Funds received from a wedding are still considered a “gift”
    Typically does not require rent loss insurance when using rental income (unless DU requires, which is rare)
    Up to 45 % DTI unless major compensating factors; good reserves
    Employment Contracts; start work prior to close w/VOE from new employer
    Gift letters do not have to list the property address
    90% LTV Max on ARMs
    Restructured loans can be refinanced (restrictions apply)
    Max cash out on Fannie High Balance is 60% LTV

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