FHA faces more pressure to reduce borrowers' annual fees

SOURCE: Mortgage News Feed

After more than doubling home buyers' annual fees in the wake of the housing bust, the Federal Housing Administration is facing pressure to roll back the fees, especially now that its insurance fund is in the black again. The homeowners affected are typically lower- and moderate-income borrowers because FHA loans allow for lower credit scores and lower down payments than other mortgages.

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