Change to the FHA “10% to Reserves” Rule?

FHA approval is a status condo associations can attain, allowing unit owners/buyers to receive FHA insurance on their loans which make those loan more attractive to lenders. Depending on your location, as much as 30% – 40% of all residential loans are for people who enjoy FHA insurance. Without your association on the FHA’s “approved” list, you are instantly reducing the buyer pool for units at your association by a significant fraction. If your association is FHA-approved, significantly more buyers can afford to shop for homes in your association because of more favorable loan terms. Current owners benefit by lower time on the market and stronger sales prices. Read more about FHA approval in general here and here.    Read the article…………


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