At the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), we provide mortgage insurance on loans made by FHA-approved lenders. In fact, we're one of the largest mortgage insurers in the world. Since 1934, we've helped millions of families become homeowners. Today, we insure mortgages for single family, multifamily, and residential care facilities nationwide.
FHA is expanding its exclusive listing period as of March 1, 2022, for owner-occupant, HUD-approved nonprofit, and governmental entity purchasers on most HUD single-family real-estate owned homes before they become eligible for purchase by investors.
January 13, 2022
The FHA Single Family Calendar Year 2022 Title II forward mortgage minimum national loan limit "floor" will increase to $420,680 and the maximum loan limit "ceiling" for high-cost areas will increase to $970,800. The FHA-insured Home Equity Conversion Mortgage maximum claim amount will increase to $970,800 for Calendar Year 2022.
December 1, 2021
In addition to our emphasis on relief options for homeowners financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, in fiscal year 2021 FHA continued to deliver on its mission of enabling homeownership for first-time and low- and moderate-income borrowers, and households of color. Find out more in our fiscal year 2021 Annual Report to Congress covering FHA Single Family programs.
November 15, 2021
Our revised and enhanced Title I polocies make it easier for lenders to provide loans for the financing of manufactured homes, including those titled as personal property, and loans for property improvements.
October 26, 2021
Our latest Single Family Handbook update promotes greater access to affordable mortgage credit with increased "stretch" ratios for energy efficient manufactured homes, new calculations of income from housing vouchers, and more.
October 26, 2021
From housing to healthcare facilities, our business resources can help FHA insurance program participants stay informed. Review our guides, policy updates, and other tools to get the information you need and better serve your customers. Access special COVID-19 guidance for all FHA and Office of Housing Program Participants.
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FHA Supports Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity
HUD is committed to enforcing the Fair Housing Act and to ensuring that people are not discriminated against when they seek housing or housing-related services. If you need assistance in determining your rights under the Fair Housing Act or applicable laws, or believe you have been a victim of housing discrimination and need assistance, we encourage you to review the information on HUD's Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity webpage.