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HUD Suspends FHA Lenders

August 28th, 2009

Three FHA approved lenders approved to offer FHA mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration were suspended by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development over “serious” violations. HUD announced their Mortgagee Review Board had suspended Golden First Mortgage Corp. The Great Neck, N.Y., company allegedly neglected to notify HUD of an Office of Thrift Supervision investigation into the activities of its president or his involvement in an OTS civil money penalty. Suspended lenders are not allowed to sell new FHA-insured loans while HUD investigates their FHA lending practices, the statement said.

FHA mortgage rates remain low and the Federal Reserve has ensured FHA lenders and banks offering HUD loans his commitment to making affordable home financing available to Americans. When shopping for a FHA lender, Lenders Nationwide recommends that consumers consider FHA mortgage companies that have a clean HUD record. Read the original Lenders Nationwide article online> 3 FHA Lenders Suspended

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