FHA Mortgage Insurance Premium On 15 Versus 30 Year FHA Loans
This BLOG On FHA Mortgage Insurance Premium On 15 Versus 30 Year FHA Loans Was UPDATED On February 1st, 2019
FHA insured mortgage loans are a great program for first time home buyers and for those who need a home loan with bad credit.
- FHA insured mortgage loans make first time home buyers
- FHA Loans are perfect for those who need a home loan with bad credit to realize the dream of homeownership a reality
- To qualify for a 3.5% down payment FHA insured mortgage loan for first time home buyers
- FHA Loans are ideal for homebuyers seeking a home loan with bad credit
- Minimum credit score required is 580
In this article, we will cover and discuss the benefits and costs of FHA loans.
Benefits Of FHA Home Loans
The Federal Housing Administration makes homeownership possible for those with the following:
- have had prior bankruptcies
- deed in lieu of foreclosures
- short sales
- those who have had credit issues and still have an unsatisfied collection and charge off accounts
- borrowers can qualify for a mortgage loan approval with outstanding collection accounts, charge offs, and prior bad credit
This holds true as long as borrowers have been timely for the past 12 months on monthly credit obligations they should get an approve/eligible per Automated Underwriting System Findings.
FHA Mortgage Insurance Premium: 30 Year Fixed Rate FHA Loans
Home Buyers seeking an FHA insured mortgage loan, a 3.5% down payment is required towards the home purchase.
- Borrowers will also be charged a 1.75% upfront FHA MIP which can be rolled into the mortgage loan balance
- For 30 years fixed rate FHA loans, there is also a 0.85% annual MIP
- This is paid monthly along with mortgage payment
- The annual mortgage insurance premium is 0.85% of the mortgage balance
- Borrowers need to pay this mortgage insurance premium for the life of the FHA loan
The only way Borrowers get out of paying the monthly FHA mortgage insurance premium is when they pay off the mortgage.
Mortgage Insurance Premium: 15 Year Fixed Rate FHA Loans
The Federal Housing Administration has a special mortgage insurance premium reduction program. Home Buyers who put a 10% down payment on a 15 year fixed rate FHA loan, mortgage insurance premium will greatly be reduced from the standard 0.85% of the mortgage balance amount to 0.45% of the mortgage balance amount.
- This reduction of mortgage insurance premium is a huge saving over the course of the loan
- Also, another perk with an FHA 15 year fixed rate mortgage loan is that you can cancel the FHA mortgage insurance premium on the 11th year if and only if your FHA loan to value is at 78% or lower
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