The federal housing administration (FHA) has officially announced that, in an effort to boost its Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMI), it will raise its insurance premiums in April. Confirming statements made last week by the agency’s Acting Director Carol Galante,
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However, the agency has changes coming on April 1st that will impact homebuyers who rely on FHA for affordable financing. FHA plans to raise its financed annual mortgage insurance premiums from 1.75.
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Beginning April 1, 2012, the FHA is once again raising its mortgage insurance premiums. FHA To Raise Mortgage Insurance Premiums April 1, 2012 and Mortgage Guidelines. Troy & Susan Deierling, Realtor. FHA, MIP, UFMIP Realty Executives
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FHA will increase its annual mortgage insurance premium (MIP) by 0.10 percent for loans under $625,500 and by 0.35 percent for loans above that amount. Upfront premiums (UFMIP) will also increase by 0.75 percent.
It’s the FHA’s fourth such increase in the last two years. Beginning April 1, 2012, upfront mortgage insurance premiums will be higher by 75 basis points, or 0.75%; and annual mortgage insurance premiums will be higher by 10 basis points per year, or 0.10%.
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Fresh off capital injections from the mortgage settlement, the FHA is raising premiums to stay in the black. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has officially announced that, in an effort to boost its Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund (MMI), it will raise its insurance premiums in April.
The Federal Housing Administration will raise mortgage insurance premiums this April in order to repair the health of its emergency fund. The FHA upfront mortgage insurance premium will increase to.