Bill to Let FHA Raise Annual Premiums Heads to Obama

The bill would give the FHA authority to raise annual mortgage insurance premiums – which are paid out by the borrower over the life of the loan – to a maximum 1.5 percent.

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A bill has been introduced in Congress which proposes that borrowers with Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loans will no longer have to pay mortgage insurance premiums for the life of the loan.

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The bill, which passed 406 to 4, will allow the FHA to raise annual premiums on borrowers, helping to bolster its Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund. The fund has seen loan losses deplete its capital ratio to 0.53%, well below its statutory minimum of 2%.

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“This is a better reflection of the cost value of the program,” he said. The 20% increase comes four years after Amazon last raised the annual price of the highly popular Prime program. In 2014 the.

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Brian Montgomery says premium cut probably not happening this year. According to the FHA, the MMI Fund’s economic net worth fell $1.9 billion and the capital ratio declined from 2.35% in 2016 to 2.09% in 2017. The decline marked the first time in five years that the MMI Fund’s capital ratio fell.

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The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced new changes to the mortgage insurance premiums for the Federal Housing Administration’s reverse mortgage program on Wednesday. For all Home Equity Conversion Mortgages (HECM) with a case number assigned on or after October 4th, 2010, FHA will raise the annual mortgage insurance premium (mip) charged to borrowers [.]

The FHA announced Tuesday it was halting its risk-based pricing structure beginning October 1 in accordance with the new housing bill and raising its upfront mortgage insurance premiums.. Beginning October 1, FHA will charge an upfront premium of 1.75 percent for purchase money mortgages and full-credit qualifying refinances, 1.50 percent for streamline refinances, and 3.00 percent for.