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After many years in the mortgage industry, one thing I’ve come to realize is that loan programs are constantly changing. You might think The Mortgage Doctor may be trying to pull your leg (not amputate it) just to get your name and e-mail address.
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Now, you may be wondering why home loan programs may be constantly changing. From the lenders point of view consider this:
Lenders have HUGE portfolios of mortgages. Each portfolio is made up of different kinds of loan programs. Let’s call each loan program a bucket. For example, one bucket may be FHA loans for $100,000 or less. Many first time home buyers find themselves in this bucket. Now, when this bucket gets full, guess what the lender does? They change their lending guidelines to help some of their other buckets fill up. Some lenders have hundreds of buckets. They want to keep everything balanced.
Now when a bucket gets full, the lender goes to the secondary market and sells the entire bucket. Buyers like Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, private institutions, pension funds, large corporations or insurance companies acquire these buckets and hold them. Why do lenders sell the buckets? So they can lend more money of course, then the cycle starts all over again.
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Oct 08, 19 08:33 AM
Hello, I have a question regarding USDA vs. FHA home loans. I am in the process of getting a home in the next month but was told I wouldn't be approved
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