FHA Mulling More Stringent Mortgage Rules
Home buyers might soon have to bring more cash to the table to qualify for Federal Housing Authority-backed mortgages. The FHA mortgages, which now make up 30% of originations, have surged in popularity because borrowers need a down payment of just 3.5% to qualify, but the housing crisis has battered the agency's reserves.
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