Spring 2010 FHA Guidelines Make Borrowing Tougher And More Expensive

In a statement issued Wednesday, the Federal Housing Authority outlined policy changes to its mortgage assistance program. The shift is meant to both reduce the government group's portfolio risk while strengthening its overall financials. For consumers, the changes mean higher costs.

By |2017-08-10T02:43:05-04:00January 26th, 2010|Economy, FHA Mortgages, Homebuyer Tax Credit, Mortgage Lending, Real Estate|Comments Off on Spring 2010 FHA Guidelines Make Borrowing Tougher And More Expensive