FHA proposes to raise requirements for borrowers

12/2/2009 | Washington Post, The

The Federal Housing Administration is planning to change the requirements for borrowers to make it less attractive for them to default on their loans. The agency will lift the upfront cash required of borrowers as well as boost the minimum credit scores needed to receive an FHA-backed mortgage. The agency also plans to restrict how much sellers can do for the buyers.

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