Category: MI Changes for USDA Oct 2011

Kentucky Rural Housing USDA Guarantee Upfront and Annual Fee Changes October 2016

 

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Good News for Kentucky First Time Home Buyers Using the USDA Rural Housing Loan Program!

 

Kentucky RHS USDA Mortgage Insurance  Changes Below and Important Dates to Keep in Mind that could affect your loan closing and approval!

On October 1, 2016, both the upfront guarantee fee and annual fee for purchase and refinance loans will decrease. We are reducing the upfront guarantee fee from 2.75% to 1%, and the annual fee from .5% to .35%. The Guaranteed Underwriting System (GUS) will be updated on August 31, 2016, to allow lenders to select and underwrite using either the FY16 or FY17 fee schedule.

Due to the large volume of loan applications received daily, as well as current turn times, Kentucky will begin accepting applications using the new FY17 fee schedule on September 27, 2016

Applications using the new FY17 fee schedule submitted before September 27, 2016 will not be processed before October 1, 2016.

 September 27, 2016 will be the last day Kentucky will accept applications using the existing FY16 fee schedule. This will ensure all of these submissions are reviewed by the Agency prior to October 1.

 

 Most are familiar with USDA Rural Housing Loan Program  being a great no money down program available and it is not just for Kentucky first time buyers

But starting with commitments on October 1, the funding fee that is financed is going from 2.75% to only 1%!  On a $100,000 loan, a buyer saves about $1750!  In addition, the annual fee (like PMI) reduces from .5% to .35% which lowers the monthly payment by $15 a month on an $100,000 loan amount.

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Joel Lobb
Senior Loan Officer
(NMLS#57916
text or call my phone: (502) 905-3708
email me at kentuckyloan@gmail.com

The view and opinions stated on this website belong solely to the authors, and are intended for informational purposes only. The posted information does not guarantee approval, nor does it comprise full underwriting guidelines. This does not represent being part of a government agency. The views expressed on this post are mine and do not necessarily reflect the view of my employer. Not all products or services mentioned on this site may fit all people. NMLS ID# 57916, (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). USDA Mortgage loans only offered in Kentucky.

All loans and lines are subject to credit approval, verification, and collateral evaluation and are originated by lender. Products and interest rates are subject to change without notice. Manufactured and mobile homes are not eligible as collateral.

 

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CHANGE TO KENTUCKY ANNUAL USDA GUARANTEE FEE STRUCTURE OCTOBER 1, 2014

CHANGE TO KENTUCKY ANNUAL USDA GUARANTEE FEE STRUCTURE OCTOBER 1, 2014.

via CHANGE TO KENTUCKY ANNUAL USDA GUARANTEE FEE STRUCTURE OCTOBER 1, 2014.

 

 

With USDA Housing Programs, 3.4 Million Rural Homebuyers Own Their Future

With USDA Housing Programs, 3.4 Million Rural Homebuyers Own Their Future.

 

With USDA Housing Programs, 3.4 Million Rural Homebuyers Own Their Future

RHS Guarantee Fee Change

Beginning October 1st, RHS Guarantee fees will be changing as indicated in the following table:

Up-Front Guarantee Fee FY 2012 Through 9/30/2012 FY 2013 Effective 10/01/ 2012

Purchase Transactions (no change)

2%

2% Refinance Transactions 1.5% 2%

Annual Fee FY 2012 Through 9/30/2012 FY 2013 Effective 10/01/2012

Purchase Transactions

.30%

.40% Refinance Transactions .30% .40%

This is effective for all RHS loans which receive conditional commitments on or after October 1st, 2012 regardless of when the loan was submitted.

Joel Lobb
Senior  Loan Officer

(NMLS#57916)
 
American Mortgage Solutions, Inc.
800 Stone Creek Pkwy, Ste 7,
Louisville, KY 40223
 Fax:     (502) 327-9119
 
 Company ID #1364 | MB73346

Kentucky USDA Mortgage Upfront Guarantee Fee and the monthly mortgage insurance Annual fee

August 1, 2012

 

Kentucky USDA Mortgage Upfront Guarantee Fee and the monthly mortgage insurance Annual fee 

 

Effective on October 1, 2012, the start of Fiscal Year (FY) 2013, Rural Development will revise the Up-Front Guarantee Fee and the monthly mortgage insurance fee structure as follows on a Kentucky USDA Mortgage loans in Kentucky for the Guaranteed Loan RHS :

 

Up-Front Guarantee Fee

FY 2012

Through

9/30/2012

FY 2013 Effective

10/01/ 2012

Purchase Transactions (no change)

2%

2%

Refinance Transactions

1.5%

2%

 

Annual Fee

FY 2012

Through

9/30/2012

FY 2013

Effective 10/01/2012

Purchase Transactions

.30%

.40%

Refinance Transactions

.30%

.40%

 

The FY 2013 fee structure is applicable to all Conditional Commitments (Form RD 1980-18, “Conditional Commitment for Single Family Housing Loan Guarantee”) issued by Rural Development on or after October 1, 2012.  Loan guarantee requests submitted to Rural Development by September 30, 2012, in which a Conditional Commitment has not been issued, will be subject to the FY 2013 fee structure.

 

Lenders are encouraged to plan for the changes noted and should keep in mind that some Rural Development offices are experiencing extreme backlogs in loan guarantee delivery.  There are no exceptions to the FY 2013 fee structure. Therefore, starting on October 1, 2012 all Conditional Commitments will be subject to the FY 2013 fee structure, regardless of the date the request was received by Rural Development.

 

The FY 2013 fee structure is only applicable to Conditional Commitments issued on or after October 1, 2012, Conditional Commitments issued by Rural Development prior to this date are notsubject to the new fee structure.

 

Joel Lobb (NMLS#57916)
Senior  Loan Officer
502-905-3708 cell
502-813-2795 fax
jlobb@keyfinllc.com

Key Financial Mortgage Co. (NMLS #1800)*
107 South Hurstbourne Parkway*
Louisville, KY 40222*

Today’s Rates: 

Conforming1 Loan Rate FHA
30 Year
Fixed
15 Year
Fixed
30 Year
Fixed
Interest Rate 3.75% 2.875% 3.375%
Annual Percentage Rate (APR) 3.925% 3.182% 4.410%
Monthly Payment $833.61 $1,232.26 $995.53
Payment Term 30 YEARS 15 YEARS 30 YEARS
Loan Amount $180,000 $180,000 $180,000
Est. Prepaid Finance Charges $3,800 $3,800 $3,800
Down Payment 25% 25% 3.5%

Be aware that mortgage rates can change without notice and apply only in certain conditions. The APR for the loan products shown reflects the interest rates and estimated prepaid finance charges which include 1% of your loan amount to be paid toward the loan origination charge, but does not include all closing costs or discount points. The displayed rates assume that you’re refinancing a single-family primary residence with a 90-day-lock.

These mortgage rates are based upon a variety of assumptions and conditions which include a consumer credit score which may be higher or lower than your individual credit score. Your loan’s interest rate will depend upon the specific characteristics of your loan transaction and your credit profile up to the time of closing.

The monthly payment amount displayed includes principal, interest and any required mortgage insurance. The payment amount does not include homeowner’s insurance or property taxes which must be paid in addition to your loan payment.

Conventional loans with a down payment less than 20% require mortgage insurance which could increase the monthly payment and APR.

FHA loans require both an upfront and in most cases, an annual mortgage insurance premium. The premium varies based on the individual loan characteristics. For illustrative purposes on FHA loans, our loan detail results include an estimated mortgage insurance payment added to the monthly principal and interest payment.

1 Conforming loan amounts for certain loan products have increased in federally designated metropolitan areas. Larger limits available in the state of Hawaii. To find out if these new loan limits can help meet your needs, contact us

Kentucky USDA and Rural Housing MI Mortgage Insurance Changes October 2011

Kentucky USDA Rural Development has long been the 100% financing leader for a lot of areas across the nation. One of the major benefits of this loan product was that it required no monthly escrows for an annual mortgage insurance (MI). MI is sometimes referred as PMI, and the loan is advertised many times as 100% Financing with No PMI. That’s all going to change come October 1, 2011.

USDA issued Administrative Notice 4551 on February 24, 2011 that alluded to this upcoming change. The change has been confirmed in an email that also included instructions on how to calculate the fee.

Following in the footsteps of what the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) did back in October of 2010, USDA will be lowering the up-front guarantee fee. FHA lowered their fee from 2.25% to 1%. USDA will be lowering their up-front guarantee fee from 3.5% back down to the 2%. That’s a nice change!
THE BIG CHANGE!


However, the other change is that it will now require a 0.3% annual mortgage insurance fee. While this fee is an annual fee, it is collected monthly in escrow like most mortgage insurance payments. In it’s basic form, on a $100,000 loan the calculation would be like this:

100,000 X 0.3% = $300 annual fee

$300 annual fee / 12 mo = $25/mo

Here’s a look at an example of a $100,000 of how it is currently and how it will change come October 1, 2011. Keep reading below for a look at the comparison of how a loan will look now vs. after Oct 1, 2011.

USDA adds monthly MI to loan for the life of the loanHere’s another major difference between Kentucky USDA’s annual MI premium and most other premiums. Kentucky USDA’s annual MI premium will be assessed the entire life of the loan. Mortgage insurance on both conventional and FHA loans is scheduled to cancel when the loan balance reaches 78% of the original purchase price. For an FHA loan with a 3.5% down payment, this is sometime between year 12 and 13. Compare that with USDA’s premium that could last the entire 30 years!
Here is a look at how it will affect borrower’s come October 1, 2011.

Assumptions: $100,000 purchase price with $0 down payment. 5% 30 year Fixed Rate. No monthly escrows for property taxes, homeowner’s insurance and/or HOA’s are included.
NOTE: Before someone picks apart my calculation of the guarantee fee, and total loan amount, and annual MI calculations, this is simplified just to show the basic differences.

   
Current – Sep 30, 2011 On or after Oct 1, 2011
Up-front Guarantee fee = 3.5%
Annual MI = 0%
$100,000 base loan x 3.5% fee

Total Loan Amt = $103,500
P&I Pmt = $555.61

Total Payment:

$555.61

Total Fees collected by USDA:
~$3500

Up-front Guarantee fee = 2.0%
Annual MI = 0.3%
$100,000 base loan x 2.0% fee

Total Loan Amt = $102,000
P&I Pmt = $547.56
New MI pmt = $25
Total Payment:
$572.56
Total Fees collected by USDA:
$2000 + ~$6300 in annual premiums
~$8300!

It’s fairly clear that Kentucky USDA Rural Development is hopefully taking strides to make itself self-sufficient where it doesn’t have to rely on funding from the federal government each year. October 1, 2011 will begin a new fiscal year.

This change will affect any new Kentucky USDA loans where the conditional commitment is issued on or after October 1, 2011.