from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Federal Housing Administration
- abbr. Future Homemakers of America
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- Federal Housing Administration
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- n. the federal agency in the Department of Housing and Urban Development that insures residential mortgages
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There are many reputable Web sites -- www. fha.gov, for example, has lots of good information, whether or not you're an FHA borrower.
In the settlement Countrywide is required to offer these borrowers a new fha fixed rate mortgage not to exceed 90% of the properties current value at an interest rate low enough that their current income qualifies them for the mortgage according to FHA guidelines.
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That website (fha. com) is not the FHA (fha. gov).
"what is a fha loan" (FHA is short for Federal House Administration and has to do with mortgages in the United States.)
A recent study from economists at New York University found that the FHA is underestimating its risk exposure.
The FHA is also a useful tool in this area, but its application is not straightforward.
The definition of familial status in the FHA is “having kids 18 or younger.”
Despite Thursday's audit, a little housing experts contend FHA is you do good enough, considering a collapse of a debt industry.
Some in Washington contend a loyal fight brewing over FHA is over a government's purpose in a housing market.