What are the requirements for an FHA Loan in Texas?

What are the requirements for an FHA Loan in Texas?

A mortgage insured by the Federal Housing Administration can help you buy a home with less-than-perfect credit and a down payment as low as 3.5%. The government backing of these loans allows lenders to offer financing to borrowers who may not qualify for conventional...

What is PMI/MIP?

Mortgages have been around since the late 1800s and they were primarily made by your local banker; the vast majority of these loans were 1–5-year terms with 50% down and your rate was rarely fixed. That all changed in 1934 when the government got involved and created...
What Do Mortgage Lenders Look At?

What Do Mortgage Lenders Look At?

A mortgage lender is any financial institution that offers home loans. For most first-time homebuyers, mortgage lenders are synonymous with the home buying process. This is because most potential homeowners don’t have the cash on hand to purchase a home in full. There...
How To Apply for an FHA Loan

How To Apply for an FHA Loan

An FHA loan is a type of home loan that’s insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). These types of loans are particularly popular with first-time homebuyers, as they only require a minimum down payment of 3.5 percent and a minimum credit score of 580. If...
Credit Requirements for an FHA Loan in 2021

Credit Requirements for an FHA Loan in 2021

Private lenders, such as Rock Mortgage, can issue an FHA Loan Houston to qualified buyers who may have difficulty getting a mortgage. FHA loans’ biggest benefits are that they are easier to qualify for and have lower down payment requirements than conventional...
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FHA Loans If you’re a first time home buyer or have a lower than average credit score, an FHA loan may be a great option for you. These loans have lower down payments, but additional stipulations, so it’s important to know what makes FHA loans different from...
Disaster recovery assistance with the FHA 203(h)

Disaster recovery assistance with the FHA 203(h)

In the final days of August 2017, Hurricane Harvey circled over South Texas dumping more than 20 trillion gallons of rain and displacing families from over 185,000 homes as flood waters rose above thresholds causing an estimated $97 billion in destruction alone1. As...