Kentucky FHA PMI Changes for 2015


Kentucky FHA PMI Changes for 2015

via Kentucky FHA PMI Changes for 2015.

 

The FHA Mortgage Insurance Premium (MIP) Refund chart

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Kentucky FHA Mortgage Guidelines


Kentucky FHA Mortgage Guidelines.

FHA Approved Condo List Louisville Kentucky Jefferson County


FHA Approved Condo List Louisville Kentucky Jefferson County.

 

http://www.mylouisvillekentuckymortgage.com/2011/09/fha-approved-condos-louisville-kentucky.html

 

 

Kentucky Housing Mortgage Rates for January 2014


KHC Kentucky Housing Mortgage Rates Currently for 2014

KHC Conventional No Down payment Assistance Program (DAP) interest rates have decreased, effective immediately

Interest Rate:  2.50% without Down Payment Assistance

                      2.75% with Down Payment Assistance

  • $35,000 Household Income Limit
  • First time home buyer, unless property located in targeted county
  • Existing or new construction property — purchase price limit $115,000
  • Regular and Affordable DAP available
  • FHA, VA or RHS first mortgage programs through MRB Funding
  • 640 credit score, Maximum ratios of 40/45% with AUS Approval

 
KHC Conventional No Down payment Assistance Program (DAP) interest rates have decreased, effective immediately

Joel Lobb (NMLS#57916)
Senior  Loan Officer
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
 800 Stone Creek Pkwy, Ste 7,
Louisville, KY 40223
(: (502) 905-3708 | 7 Fax: (502) 327-9119|

 Company ID #1364 | MB73346

 

 

 

 

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How Long Do I Have To Be Employed to Qualify for an Kentucky FHA Loan?


How Long Do I Have To Be Employed to Qualify for an Kentucky FHA Loan?

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The Kentukcy FHA loan application process includes many steps, including running a credit report and having the Kentucky FHA borrower fill out paperwork with personal information like open lines of credit and current income. Applying for a government home loan also requires giving the lender two types of personal history–a record of where the borrower has lived and where the borrower has worked.

KEntucky FHA requirements dictate furnishing at least a two-year work history, but that requirement shouldn’t be mistaken for an employment minimum. According to the FHA’s official site, “FHA does not impose a minimum length of time a borrower must have held a position of employment to be eligible for a mortgage.”

What does a buyer do if they can’t show at least a two-year work history? Some KEntukcy FHA home loan applicants who recently graduated from college or have separated from the military may wonder if they have reduced chances of getting an FHA loan approved because they can’t show a history of traditional employment.

In the case of military members, especially Guard and Reserve members who may have joined and been called to active duty right away because of wartime operations, the military service itself is viewed as employment.

There’s no liability or negative consequences as a result of military service, especially where a government home loan application is concerned. The FHA requests a copy of discharge paperwork or related documents to establish a military work history.

For students, part-time work and internships may be interpreted as employment under the right circumstances, but regardless all the FHA requires is supporting documentation of college attendance. College transcripts are usually sufficient. There is one caveat–according to the FHA official site, “…You must prove steady income for at least three years, and demonstrate that you’ve consistently paid your bills on time.”

Steady income for college students may be more difficult to demonstrate, but those on work-study programs, lengthy internships or other programs may find it easier to get Kentucky FHA approval for a home loan than those who studied full-time but did not work. In the end, it’s up to the lender and the FHA to determine what college experience is worth on the Kentucky FHA loan application.

How Long Do I Have To Be Employed to Qualify for an Kentucky FHA Loan?

Free Application and Credit call today 502=905=3708 or email kentuckyloan@gmail.com
Free Application and Credit call today 502=905=3708 or email kentuckyloan@gmail.com
Joel Lobb
Senior  Loan Officer

(NMLS#57916)
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
800 Stone Creek Pkwy, Ste 7,
Louisville, KY 40223
 Fax:     (502) 327-9119
 
 Company ID #1364 | MB73346

2013 First Time Home Buyer Mortgage Loans in Louisville Kentucky


To get a First time home buyer loan in Louisville Kentucky in 2013, you will need to look at these following three first time home buyer loans program in Louisville.

Louisville Ky First Time Home Buyer Loan

1. Louisville KY FHA Loan Program-This program allows for 3.5% down payment and low 30  30 year fixed rate loans currently. The minimum credit score for a Louisville KY FHA loan with us is 640. You have three scores, and we take the middle credit score.

The down payment can be saved or gifted from a family member, or borrowed from a 401k loan . The 3.5% down payment cannot be borrowed from a lending instiution or off a credit card.

The current debt to income ratios for a Louisville KY FHA loan is 31% and 43%. This means  that your current house payment, with taxes and insurance included, cannot be more than 31% of your gross monthly income. The 43% means the new house payment and total debts on credit report along with child support or 401k loans.

For example if you made 4k gross a month, the maximum house payment would be $1240 piti, and the maximum total bills outstanding each month, including new house payment would be $1720.00

There are some compensating factors that will allow for a higher house payment if you have  good credit scores (740 score or higher) and a large down payment. (more than the minimum 3.5% down payment)

If you have had a bankruptcy or foreclosure in the past, you will have to need be out of the  bankruptcy for at least 2 years with good reestablished credit and a foreclosure must be 3 years from the when the masters commissioners deed was filed at courthouse.

2. Fannie Mae Loan Program -This requires 5% down, and it must be from your own saved funds, no gifted funds from family members. The 30 year fixed rate is a little higher than the FHA loan, but the mortgage insurance is much cheaper. If you have a credit score of 740 or higher, and can put down the 5%, this is better program for you due to lower monthly payments and less upfront and monthly mortgage insurance.

Most lenders will want a 680 credit score, with less than 20% down, and the seasoning for foreclosures and bankruptcies are much tougher than the FHA loan program.

Fannie Mae will require 5 years or more on a foreclosure, and 4 years on a bankruptcy.

The debt to income ratios are a little tougher too, with them being at 35% and 45% respectively.

3. Louisvile Kentucky VA Loan Program -This requires no down payment, but you must be a qualified veteran or active duty military to participate in the program. The current minimum credit score is 620, with no bankruptcies or foreclosures in the last 2 years.

The maximum debt to income ratio is usually set at 41%, but can go higher with compensating factors, such as over 740 credit score, large down payment, or high residual income. The residual income is set by each region, and you can clink the link below for more info about this .http://kentuckyvaloan.com

 502 905 3708
kentuckyloan@gmail.com
NMLS #57916
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