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by Peter G. Miller
January 28th, 2009

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One Response to “Is FHA Downpayment Assistance Coming Back?”

  1. Steve Odierno Says:

    It is quite interesting that FHA, which technically has no credit score requirements, is increasingly being associated with credit scores. For instance, while a loan might come back as “Approve/Eligible” through DU with a sub-500 FICO score, some wholesalers will not purchase the paper unless the FICO is 550, 580, or in some cases 600. While I understand the need for prudence – particularly in light of the sub-prime debacle – there seems to be a disconnect between FHA parameters and bank guidelines. I suppose we can now add DPA to the list.

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