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  • Freddie Mac takes aim at FHA with widespread expansion of 3% down mortgages

    New HomeOne mortgage has no geographic or income restrictions
    It’s been more than three years since Freddie Mac rolled out a conventional mortgage that only required a 3% down payment for certain borrowers. But now, Freddie Mac is about to supercharge its 3% down program and launch a widespread expansion of the offering that puts Freddie Mac in direct competition for mortgage business with the FHA.
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  • Flagstar rolls out zero-down mortgage with closing cost aid for low-income borrowers

    Bank will also provide up to $3,500 for closing costs
    Flagstar Bank is targeting low- to moderate-income borrowers with a mortgage offer that’s seemingly too good to be true. The program, which Flagstar introduced earlier this week, requires no down payment from the borrower and also provides the borrower with closing cost assistance. Here are the details.
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  • Land Home Financial Services rolls out zero down payment mortgages

    Lender will gift borrowers 5% to be used for down payment, closing costs
    In the last few years, several lenders unveiled ultra-low down payment mortgages, with some requiring no down payment from certain borrowers. Now, another lender is rolling out a zero down payment mortgage of its own – Land Home Financial Services.
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  • Wells Fargo's fake account scandal didn't dent 2016 mortgage business

    Here's a full breakdown
    Wells Fargo spent much of the latter part of 2016 cleaning up the mess from its massive fake accounts scandal and trying to repair the damage to its reputation, but the bank’s mortgage business certainly didn’t suffer last year. Here's a full breakdown of Wells Fargo's 2016 mortgage business, including how many 3% down mortgages the bank originated.
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  • Here's a status update on Freddie's 3% down mortgage program

    Where are 97% LTV products headed?
    Freddie Mac is adamant about not sharing details on the success of its Home Possible Advantage Program, with no apparent plans to start revealing it. So, what is public knowledge about the program? Here's what Donald Layton, Freddie Mac CEO, said during the conference call.
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