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FHA Issues New Requirements

In a move intended to speed up payments on claims, the FHA has revised certain requirements for servicers. Click through to learn more about these changes and what type of mortgages they would impact.

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What Country Is HUD Partnering With on Housing?

Housing is a universal need, one that remains a challenge both inside and outside U.S. borders. HUD has just signed an agreement signaling cooperation on an international level. Find out who the players in the agreement are and what's to be expected.

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HUD Official Suzanne Tufts Resigns

HUD Assistant Secretary Suzanne Tufts has resigned from her position as of this afternoon. She has been rumored to be under consideration as a candidate for a top watchdog position at the Interior Department.

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HUD’s Human Touch

From launching a photo blog that highlights the lives of the people it serves to HUD Secretary Carson visiting areas affected by Hurricane Florence, the agency is reaching out to homeowners across the country.

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After Hurricane Michael’s Landfall …

hurricane storm surge

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced disaster assistance for homeowners affected by the category 4 storm that hit the Florida coast on Wednesday. Here’s a breakdown of the estimated property damage.

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Helping Americans Keep Their Homes

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced a grant for housing counseling that will help 1 million households find housing, make more informed choices, and keep their current homes. Here’s what the grant entails.

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FHA Amends Reverse Mortgage Rules

Fitch Ratings

According to a new rule form the Federal Housing Administration, certain reverse mortgages will now require a second apprasial. Click through to learn more about the new policy.

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The Thin Red Line

Real estate professionals are reporting that borrowers of color with good income and good credit are still finding it challenging to get loans to purchase homes. Editor’s Note: This feature originally appeared in the September issue of DS News.

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