Financing

FHA 203(k) Streamline Renovation Loan

Overview of program:

– Limited Repair Program

– 1-4 Units

– Purchase and Rate/TermRefinances

– Less Documentation

– Elimination of HUD Consultant

– Less fees associated with repairs/product

– Maximum of $35,000.00 in repairs (including financeable costs) & No Minimum

– 1 Title Update

Streamline 203k Value Proposition:

– Solution for Appraisal Issues, required or desired repairs/updates and other improvements. · Lend up to 110% of appraised value · Homeowners can make the house they are buying into the home of their dreams…..paint, carpet, appliances, etc. · Competitive advantage in the marketplace

Allowable Repairs:

– Roofs, Gutters, Downspouts · HVAC Systems · Plumbing, Electrical Systems · Existing Flooring · Minor Remodeling such as kitchens—no structural repairs · Interior and Exterior Painting/Siding · Weatherization including storm windows, doors, insulation, weather stripping, etc. · Appliances—No dollar limit · Handicapped Accessibility · Lead Base Paint Abatement/Stabilization · Repair, Replace, Add Exterior Patio/Porch · Basement Refinishing and Remodeling does not require structural repairs · Basement Waterproofing · Window and Door Replacement · Septic and Well Systems/Repair and/or Replace

Ineligible Work Items:

– Major Rehabilitation or major remodeling such as relocating a load-bearing wall · New Construction including additions · Landscaping or similar site amenity improvements · Rehabilitation activities that require more than 2 payments per specialize contractor

Ineligible Transactions:

– Repair Does Not Appear on the Streamline 203K Eligible Work Items List · Repairs that Necessitate the use of a Consultant to develop a Work Write Up · Require Plans or Architectural Exhibits · Require a Plan Reviewer · Require longer than 6 months to complete · Result in work not starting within 30 days of closing — Would cause the mortgagor to be displaced for more than 30 days during the rehabilitation being conducted.

Borrower Responsibilities:

– Selecting Contractor · Cost Estimates for all the work being performed · If a National Home Improvement Company is used, such as Home Depot, Sears, Lowe’s borrower must provide a detailed cost estimate, receipt or invoice · Self Help allowed on case by case basis

Contractors Responsibilities:

Each contractor must complete all documents in the contractor package which include:

–  Builder Validation Statement · Homeowner/Contractor Agreement · Provide copy of License (if applicable) –  Notice To Contractor · W-9 · Provide Proof of Insurance

The FHA 203(k) Stanard Renovation Loan

An important tool for community and neighborhood revitalization, the FHA 203(k) loan offers flexible qualifying and low down payments:

· FHA standard guidelines

· FHA down payment (3%)

· Flexible credit qualifying

· Assumable loans

· Finance up to 6 months of mortgage payments

· Purchase or Refinance and Improve all in one loan

· No up front mortgage insurance

The 203(k) loan program offers borrowers the resources to rehabilitate a home that may be in need of repair, either the home that they currently live in, or that special fixer-upper opportunity. One single loan is used to pay for the purchase (or refinance) and the cost of renovating the home.

Made available to certain lenders by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the FHA 203(k) program has already provided many buyers with the funds necessary to buy their first home, or greatly improve a current home. The FHA 203(k) loan is available to borrowers of all income levels, to homeowners who plan to occupy the house, and for homes with one to four units.

· 203K Eligible Borrowers:

· Owner Occupants – Purchase – Refinance

· Non- Profits

· Investors NOT allowed

· Types of 203K Loans:

· 30 or 15 year fixed rates

· One year ARMS

· Assumable to a qualified buyer, with no money down

· Eligible Properties:

· Single family dwellings

· Condominium

· Townhouse

· Mixed Use (Storefront)

· 1-4 Unit buildings- you can increase or decrease the number of units with this loan.

· Structural Alteration and Reconstruction:

· Changes for improved functions and modernization

· Elimination of health/safety hazards

· Changes for aesthetic appeal

· Plumbing, heating air conditioning, and electrical upgrades

· Well and/or septic repairs

· Roofing, gutters and downspouts

· Flooring, tiling and carpeting

· Energy conservation improvements

· Major landscape work and site improvement

· Access for the disabled

· Home Inspection:The cost of your construction is estimated by an FHA Approved 203(k) consultant (estimator). The cost consultant assists you in determining the scope of repairs and the costs budgeted for the renovation job.

· Perform a home inspection to create preliminary costs estimates based upon FHA minimum property standards plus the scope of work as defined by the home owner/buyer.

· Once project has been determined, the cost consultant prepares a “work-write up” and 3 contractor bid packages are issued to the home owner/buyer.

· Appraisal:The appraiser will be given a copy of your “work-write up” to estimate an after improved value for your new or current home. We loan against that improved value thus allowing you to finance the cost of repairs.

· Other Eligible Costs:(THESE COSTS MAY BE FINANCED INTO THE MORTGAGE LOAN)

· Contingency reserve (10-15%)

· Up to 6 months PITI mortgage payments

· Permit costs

· Consultant fees

· Inspection and title update fees

· Architectural & Engineering fees (if needed)

· Here are a few suggestions to get you started:

· Get pre-approved using our online application

· Locate a home and submit a contract

· Once the contract is accepted, contact us for the names of FHA approved consultants to get you started

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One response

27 08 2010
Greg Sharp

Good to speak with you today. The 203K training in Anaheim September 23 looks good and I am going to sign up for it and look forward to meeting you in person. There are not a lot of 203K loans being done right now requiring a consultant and I am focused on originating Hard Money and Bridge loans now. We can talk more about what you are looking for in a 203K consultant at your seminar.

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