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Below is a side-by-side comparison of FHA vs USDA loan

FHA HOME LOANS

No Income limits
No geographic restrictions
Must legally work in the U.S.A.
Must have a valid SS #
2 years of employment history
 Owner Occupied Only
1-4 Unit Family
PUDs
 Approved Condos
Manufactured Homes
Purchase – 96.5% + 1.75% funding fee
 Refinancing – up to 85% cash out + 1.75%
Rate and term refinance – up to 97.75% +1.75%
3.5% Down Payment
 Purchase
Refinance (up to 85% c/o)
Rehabilitation/ Repair
New Construction
Housing 29% Total Debt 41%
Higher ratios may be considered with compensating factors
Perfect credit not required
Bankruptcy 2 years after Ch 7 discharge
Minimum credit allowed
Non-traditional credit allowed
Perfect credit not required
Bankruptcy 2 years after Ch. 7 discharge
Bankruptcy 1 year after Ch. 13 Filed
Foreclosure 3 years after closed
Non-traditional Credit Allowed
1.75% up front (can be placed  loan) 0.85% per year, paid monthly
Seller can contribute up to 6% of sales price to help cover closing costs
Gift funds allowed to cover closing costs
Property must meet HUD requirements

USDA HOME LOANS

Income limits from USDA
Geographic restrictions by USDA
Must legally work in the U.S.A
Must have a valid SS #
2 years of employment history
Owner Occupied Only
Single Family Only
New Manufactured Homes on Foundation
No Lot Size Restriction
100% plus 2% USDA Guarantee Fee
Purchase
Refinance up to 100% plus 2% guarantee fee
30 Year Fixed Rate
No Prepayment Penalty

Housing 29% Total Debt 41%
Higher ratios may be considered with compensating factors
Perfect credit not required
Bankruptcy 2 years after Ch 7 discharge
Minimum credit allowed
Non-traditional credit allowed

2.0% upfront RD guarantee fee (can be financed into loan)
.50% per year paid monthly
No limit on seller contribution
Gift funds allowed to cover closing costs
Property must meet HUD requirements

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