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by Peter G. Miller
December 9th, 2007

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6 Responses to “Government Loans Show Low Foreclosure Rates”

  1. Rob Aubrey Says:

    You mentioned that FHA has a lower foreclosure rate, because of income documentation. I also think that because FHA was almost nonexistent in the last few years at least in my market.

    I also believe that the FHA requirements on the lender helps weed out some of the, let’s say creative LOs.

    As a REALTOR I personally do not refer anyone to a non FHA lender.

  2. Lora B Says:

    I was just wondering if there is a way to apply for an FHA loan for your house if it has already been forclosed on? If so what do i need to do.
    Thank you

    Lora

  3. James Harrison Says:

    Funny…, I had the same exact question as Lora right above me.

  4. FHA Mortgage Hysteria From The Wall Street Journal | FHA Loan Advice Says:

    [...] Take a look at Peter Miller’s FHA Mortgage Guide post “Government Loans Show Low Foreclosure Rates” to get a better idea of what is going on with these numbers. Also take note of Commissioner Montgomery’s statements referenced above on actual FHA foreclosure numbers. [...]

  5. Guadalupe Mendoza Says:

    I am interested in the government loans. I am a homeowner and cannot afford my high mortage of $4,300. I am a single parent earning $2500 per month. My house was valued as $750K several years ago and know is value less than $400K. I don’t want to loose my home, which I have lived for almost thirteen years.

    Please call me at (831) 801-8409

  6. WANDA COOK Says:

    NEED HELP IN SAVING MY HOME AND THE LENDER WILL NOT DO ANYTHING TO WORK WITH US AFTER ASKING FOR HELP BEFORE IT GOT BAD. I HAVE TO MOVE OUT BY NOV 28TH AND WANT SO BAD TO KEEP MY HOME IN KANSAS. PLEASE HELP WHEN I CALL THE MORTAGAGE COMPANY TO ASK ABOUT GOVERMENT LOANS THEY TELL ME THERE IS NONE THAT CAN HELP ME. PLEASE HELP ME I AM RUNNING OUT OF TIME .

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