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FHA Refinance

FHA Refinance

I have an FHA loan and want to reduce payments without an appraisal or credit check.

FHA Refinance

The FHA Refinance program helps homeowners with an existing FHA mortgage reduce monthly payments without a new appraisal or credit check. It offers a lower rate, home equity access, and eliminates mortgage insurance premiums. It's ideal for borrowers looking to lower payments or tap into home equity, and for those wanting to build their credit score with a smooth and hassle-free path towards financial freedom.

What are the biggest benefits of an FHA refinance?

Lower interest rates: An FHA refinance can offer lower interest rates, which can save you money over the life of your loan.

Lower monthly payments: With a lower interest rate, your monthly mortgage payments may also decrease, providing you with more cash for other expenses or savings.

Flexible terms: With an FHA refinance, you have the flexibility to adjust your loan term to better suit your financial goals. You can choose to shorten the term to pay off your loan faster or lengthen the term to lower your monthly payment.

Access to equity: An FHA refinance can help you tap into your home's equity for other expenses, such as home improvements, debt consolidation, or education costs.

No prepayment penalty: FHA loans do not have a prepayment penalty, so you can pay off your loan early without incurring additional fees.

Lower credit requirements: An FHA refinance may be a good option if you have less-than-perfect credit.

FHA Streamline


  • No appraisal is required
  • No verification of income or employment is required
  • The process is easier and faster
  • Rates are the same as on regular FHA mortgages
  • There is no prepayment penalty

Qualifications for an FHA Streamline Refinance

  • Must have an existing FHA-insured mortgage
  • Must be current on mortgage payments
  • Must have made at least 6 months of on-time payments
  • Must have a credit score of at least 580
  • Must have a debt-to-income ratio of 43% or less
  • Must occupy the property as their primary residence

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