FHA Insurance Rates May Be Too Expensive for Families to Afford

Posted on July 5th, 2013 by FHA News Editor
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A report from Hampton Roads says that with Federal Housing Administration insurance rates rising as they have in the past three years, it might behoove home buyers to have a large reserve of cash ready to make a significant down payment on their new home. According to the report, FHA insurance rates have gone up year-over-year for the past three years, and FHA borrowers are now required to pay mortgage insurance throughout the entire LOL (life of loan), even if they have already repaid a good percentage of what had been borrowed.

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