3: Fannie Mae Eliminates 3% Down Mortgages - 01/12/14 03:45 AM
In November 2013, Fannie Mae increased the minimum required down payment from 3% to at least 5% down on Primary Residences.  This change was due in part to Qualified Mortgage and Ability to Repay regulations that went into effect on January 10, 2014.
The 5% minimum down payment requirement applies both to HomePath® and regular Conventional mortgages.  HomeStyle® Renovation mortgages already required a 5% minimum down payment.

3: Separate the Fact From the Fiction - The Real Story on FHA Seller Concession Limitations - 03/27/10 06:44 AM
                                                                     Much has been written and said since January about HUD reducing the seller concession limit on FHA loans from 6% down to 3% of the sales price.  Unfortunately, a lot of it is false information.  On January 20, 2010, HUD announced a series of policy changes.  Some approved, some not.  The seller concession limit was one of the proposed changes as indicated below:
Reduce allowable seller concessions from 6% to 3%
The current level exposes the FHA to excess risk by creating incentives to inflate appraised value. This change will bring FHA into conformity with industry standards on seller concessions. This … (0 comments)

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