Kentucky Housing KHC Credit Standards and Guidelines


KHC Credit Standards as of October 2010

Credit Standards
Insuring agency credit standards for the loan type the borrower
receives.
 Minimum credit score required for FHA, VA, and RHS: 620.
Minimum score for conventional: 660.
 FHA, VA, and Conventional loans: AUS approval required;
follow findings with maximum debt ratios of 40/45.
 RHS loans: maximum debt ratios of 29/41 for manual
underwriting; with GUS approval 40/45 and follow findings.
 Collections: for FHA, VA and Conventional loans, AUSapproved
findings to be followed. For RHS loans, follow agency
guidelines and/or GUS findings.
Bankruptcies must be discharged for 2-7 years, according to

Kentucky Housing KHC Credit Standards and Guidelines

FHA KHC Mortgage Guidelines

 Minimum 620 credit score required.
Financing to 96.50% of lesser of sales price or appraised value.
 All KHC DAPs and other KHC-approved secondary financing may be used.
 Maximum 6% seller-paid items.
 Maximum ratios of 40/45 with AUS approval.

agency guidelines and AUS findings.
Foreclosures must be discharged for a minimum 2-7 years
according to agency guidelines and AUS findings.
 For most loan types, non-taxable income can be grossed-up by
15%. Must follow insuring agency guidelines.

Rural Housing Services (RHS)

 Minimum 620 credit score required.
 Financing to 100% of the appraised value, plus guarantee fee of 3.5%.
 All KHC DAP programs and other KHC-approved secondary financing may be used.
 No maximum on seller-paid items.
 Ratio requirements and guarantee fee per agency guidelines.
 KHC will accept Government Underwriting System (GUS) findings, including reduced documentation and, with approval, expanded
ratios up to 40/45.

Veteran’s Administration (VA)

 Minimum 620 credit score required.
 Ratios up to 40/45% with AUS Approval.
 Financing to 100% of the lesser of the appraised value or sale price.
 All KHC DAP programs and other KHC-approved secondary financing may be used.
 Maximum 4% seller-paid items.
 Follow agency guidelines for ratio requirements and funding fee.
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Louisville Ky Mortgage Lender FHA VA KHC Kentucky Mortgage: Louisville FHA and VA Home Loans


Louisville Ky Mortgage Lender FHA VA KHC Kentucky Mortgage: Louisville FHA and VA Home Loans.

Louisville Ky Mortgage Lender FHA VA KHC Kentucky Mortgage: Louisville FHA and VA Home Loans


Louisville FHA and VA Home Loans


Louisville FHA and Louisville VA home loans. Louisville FHA home loans can help Louisville borrowers obtain a Louisville mortgage more easily. Louisville VA home loans can help Louisville Veterans secure Louisville home loans to purchase their dream home. Contact for help with your Louisville FHA and VA home loans.

1 hour preapproval and 21 day closings– call toay for your free application  an credit report
502-905-3708
Key Financial Mortgage
107 South Hurstbourne Parkway
Louisville Ky 40222

Kentucky Housing Mortgage Rates—Kentucky
Louisville Kentucky Mortgage | August 18, 2010 at 8:05 pm
Interest Rates.
700+ Credit Score Mortgage Revenue Bond (MRB) Interest Rates
• KHC-funded down payment assistance not available with these rates
Loan Type
Regular Rate
*Government Rates only
3.500%
620+ Credit Score Mortgage Revenue Bond (MRB) Interest Rates
• KHC-funded down payment assistance may be utilized with these rates
Loan Type
Regular Rate
*Government Rates only
3.875%
* Government includes FHA, RHS, and VA.

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Key Financial Mortgage
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Louisville Ky 40222

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FHA Mortgage Kentucky Buying your First Home Louisville Kentucky


FHA Mortgage Kentucky Buying your First Home Louisville Kentucky.

Louisville, Ky Mortgage Lenders: For a Quick Easy Loan Approval:Have These Items Re…


Louisville, Ky Mortgage Lenders: For a Quick Easy Loan Approval:Have These Items Ready

Employment

____ Name and address of employers for the past two years
____ Copy of pay stubs for the previous 30 days
____ Copy of last two years w-2 forms
        (if commissioned or paid by 1099, copy of last two years complete tax returns)
 

Self-employed

____ Copy of last two years tax returns (personal and corporate);
        year to date P&L and Balance Sheet through the most recent quarter
 

Liabilities

____ Name and account numbers for all revolving and installment accounts
____ Name and account number for all mortgage loans for the previous two years
____ Name and address for landlords for the previous two years
 

Assets

____ Name, address, and account number for all bank accounts
____ Name, address, and account numbers for all brokerage accounts
____ Copies of statements covering last 3 months on asset accounts
____ Copy of most recent statement for 401K, Savings Plan, etc.
 
 

Miscellaneous

____ Copy of driver’s license and social security card
____ Copy of fully executed divorce decree if applicable
____ Copy of signed earnest money contract
____ Copy of lease agreements on rental properties
____ Veterans! Copy of DD 214 and Eligibility Cert. if you have it
____ Check for the cost of your credit report and appraisal

Credit Score Requirements for Kentucky Mortgage USDA Zero Down Home Loans


Kentucky USDA Rural Development Housing Zero Down

Refinances can have 0 x 30 mortgage lates in the last six months. Previously 0 x 30 in last 12 month 

Language has been added for minimum of three tradelines (non-traditional credit may be used)

At least one applicant whose income and assets are used for qualification purposes must have 3 trade lines for 12 months (the trade lines can be open/closed/disputed/authorized use). GUS “Accept” recommendations that cannot meet these guidelines must be downgraded to “Refer”. In the case a loan has been downgraded , non-traditional credit is allowed

USDA guidelines for Bankruptcy of 36 months.  Shorter periods may be allowed if documented extenuating circumstances.

Credit reports cannot be more than 120 days old when the loan is closed. This rule now applies to new construction as well.
• If the collection balance is equal to $2,000 or greater, the underwriter must; require payment in full or verify payment arrangement with creditor and include monthly payment in ratios, or utilize 5% of each loan balance in debt ratios.
• If the collection balance is less than $2,000, the underwriter determines if payment in full is required, underwriter must document the decision. Applicants that demonstrate poor repayment of obligations should not be granted underwriting exceptions.
• Medical collections do not have to be paid.
• Federal judgments must be paid no exceptions allowed. Non-federal judgments may remain open IF there is evidence of repayment for 3 months prior to loan application. Prepayment for the 3 months is NOT allowed.
• When determining student loan payments, include the greater of 1% of the outstanding loan balance or the verified fixed payment reflected on the credit report. Monthly payments on credit report less than 1% of loan balance may be used when evidence from loan servicer verifies applicant is on a fixed repayment plan that is not subject to change.
• Long term debts with more than 10 months remaining must be included in the debt ratios. Rule of 6 months or less was removed.
• Mortgage Credit Certificates are allowed. Lender may consider the tax credit as a deduction from the monthly PITI payment.
• Payments for foster children and adults are not eligible for repayment income.

CHANGE TO ANNUAL USDA GUARANTEE FEE STRUCTURE and CHANGE IN ELIGIBILITY MAPS  As announced in RD AN No. 4757, the annual guarantee fee structure (paid monthly from the borrower's escrow account) for purchase and refinance loans will increase as follows (no change to the one-time upfront fee at this time):

Joel Lobb
Senior Loan Officer
(NMLS#57916)

American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
800 Stone Creek Pkwy, Ste 7,
Louisville, KY 40223

phone: (502) 905-3708
Fax: (502) 327-9119
kentuckyloan@gmail.com

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Louisville, Kentucky Mortgage —Things need for Quick Easy Approval-


For a Quick Easy Loan Approval:Have These Items Ready When You Apply For a Loan
For a Quick Easy Loan Approval:  Louisville, Kentucky Mortgage —Things need for Quick Easy Approval-

Have These Items Ready When You Apply For a Loan

•Income Items

◦W2 forms for the last two years

◦Most recent pay stubs covering a 30 day period

◦Federal tax returns (1040’s) for the last two years, if:

■you are self-employed

■earn regular income from capital gains

■earn sizable interest income, etc.

■earn more than 25% of your income from commissions or bonuses

■own rental property

■or are in a career where you are likely to take non-reimbursed business expenses).

◦Year-to-Date Profit and Loss Statement (for self employed)

◦Corporate or Partnership tax returns (if you own more than 25% of the business)

◦Pension Award letter (for retired individuals)

◦Social Security Award letters (for those on Social Security)

•Asset Items

◦Bank statements for previous two months (sometimes three) on all accounts. All pages, even if you don’t think them important.

◦Statements for two months on all stocks, mutual funds, bonds, etc

◦Copy of latest 401K statement (or other retirement assets because they can count as reserves)

◦Explanations for any large deposits and source of those funds

◦Copy of HUD1 Settlement Statement on recent sales of homes

◦Copy of Estimated HUD1 Settlement Statement if a previous home is for sale, but not yet closed

◦Gift letter (if some of the funds come as a gift from a family member – the lender will supply a blank form)

◦Gifts can also require:

■Verification of donor’s ability to make the gift (bank statement)

■Copy of the check used to make the gift

■Copy of the deposit receipt showing the funds deposited into bank account or escrow

◦Note: many get their statements of various kinds over the internet and these are not always acceptable to lenders, especially when the printed version does not contain the borrower’s name, account number, and the name of the institution.

•Credit Items

◦Landlord’s name, address, and phone number (if you rent – for verification of rental)

◦Explanations for any of the following items which may appear on your credit report:

■Late payments

■Credit inquiries in the last 90 days

■Charge-offs

■Collections

■Judgments

■Liens

◦Copy of bankruptcy papers if you have filed bankruptcy within the last seven years

•Other

◦Copy of purchase agreement (if you have already made an offer)

◦To document receipt of child support (if you desire to show it as income)

■Copy of Divorce Settlement (to show the amount)

■Copies of twelve months canceled checks to document actualreceipt of funds

•FHA Loans

◦Copy of Social Security Card (or other documentation of social security number)

◦Copy of Driver’s license

•VA Loans

◦Copy of DD214

•Refinances

◦Copy of your most recent monthly mortgage bill

◦The following cannot hurt to have ready, but are not as necessary as they once were:

Copy of Note on existing loan

Copy of HUD1 Settlement Statement on existing loan

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