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Volume 2014 - Number 33

September 4, 2014

FHA Eliminates Post-Payment Interest Rate Charges, Revises ARM ‘Look-Back’ Period and Disclosures

The FHA will no longer allow lenders to charge interest payments previously owed beyond the date the FHA mortgage was paid in full – a policy change that could help borrowers save some money. Currently, lenders can charge interest on FHA loans through the end of the month when they are paid off. The new rule is effective for loans paid off on or after Jan. 21, 2015. The policy change responds...

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