About Government Refinance and Home Purchase Programs

Information and Updates on Government Mortgage Programs
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In 2008 the loan limits on FHA mortgages were increased to allow more borrowers across the country qualify for FHA loans. On October 1st of this year those loan limit increases expired and reverted back to their original levels. After several weeks of debates in congress a bill reinstating those higher loan limits through the end of 2013 was passed and that bill was signed into law by President Obama on Friday. While this change will not affect a huge number of people, it will open up FHA loans to more Americans. To learn what the loan limits are in your county see this web site. (Note: it might take a few days for the new limits to be updated there.)

If you have an FHA loan now or would like to learn more about refinancing into an FHA loan contact us in the sidebar.

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