FHA Adjustable Rate Mortgage
Posted by MortgageLender at August 5th, 2013
A single family adjustable rate mortgage that provide mortgage insurance for a person to purchase or refinance a principal residence at a lower initial interest rate.
FHA’s single family ARM program provides mortgage insurance for a person to purchase or refinance a principal residence at a lower initial interest rate. The mortgage loan is funded by a lending institution, such as a mortgage company, bank, savings and loan association and the mortgage is insured by HUD.
FHA Adjustable Rate Mortgage Eligibility Requirements:
- Borrower must meet standard FHA credit qualifications
- Borrower is eligible for approximately 97% financing
- Borrower is able to finance closing costs and the uppermost mortgage insurance premium into the mortgage
- The borrower will also be responsible for paying an annual premium
- ARMS can only be used in conjunction with Sections 203(b), 234(c), and 203(k)
- The index used to determine the interest rate is the U.S. Treasury Security adjusted to a constant maturity of one year
- Eligible properties are one to four unit structures
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