Bill to Let FHA Raise Annual Premiums Heads to Obama

Obama plan would lower cost of certain mortgages.. for a hearing on FHA’s finances, "which President Obama is apparently about to make even worse," Hensarling said.. lower the annual.

Specifically, the administration’s plan would lower the annual premium charged on FHA loans to 85 basis points from the 135 basis points levied today, according to the White House.

The FHA MIP is also mandated at annual premium of 1.1% to 1.15% of the loan amount per year, divided over 12 months for fixed-rate loans. (Variable-term MIP rates are is 0.25% or 0.50% per month for 15-year or shorter-term loans.) PMI rates are usually .5% divided over 12 months, but the rates do vary by lender.

For older, low-income Americans with health insurance from the individual market: Premiums could increase by $3,600 for a 55-year-old earning $25,000 a year and.

The bill would give the FHA authority to raise annual mortgage insurance premiums – which are paid out by the borrower over the life of the loan – to a maximum 1.5 percent.

The bill, which passed by unanimous consent and is expected to be signed by President Obama as early as next week, would let the mortgage insurance agency raise annual premiums to help cover losses to its trust fund, while reducing up-front assessments that can make it harder for an FHA borrower to sell a home.

The House voted 406-4 to let the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) raise its home mortgage insurance premiums.. program. THINK THIS IS AN IMPORTANT– GOES TO THE COREF A LOT OF. MY AMENDMENT REQUIRES H.U.D. AND THE F.H.A. TO CONDUCT ANNUAL COMPREHENSIVE .

The bill, which passed 406 to 4, will allow the FHA to raise annual premiums on borrowers, helping to bolster its Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund. The fund has seen loan losses deplete its capital ratio to 0.53%, well below its statutory minimum of 2%.

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In an effort to make home mortgages more affordable for first-time buyers and lower-income families, President Obama is directing the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), by executive order, to reduce its mortgage insurance premiums by 50 basis points from 1.35% to 0.85%.

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