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What Documentation Does a Self-Employed Person Need to File with Mortgage Lenders?

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Benefits of the FHA Mortgage Loan Program

If you plan to buy your first home, don’t overlook the benefits of an FHA loan. The FHA mortgage loan program allows individuals to obtain a home loan backed by the federal government. This does not mean the government funds the loan, but it does provide a level of insurance that safeguards the investment. As a result, it is a less risky loan for mortgage lenders to take on. That creates several key opportunities for homeowners to save money.


Who Determines the Rate of My Mortgage?

It’s natural to want to put a human face to the seeming randomness of who exactly determines the rate of your new mortgage, and a major hint is that it does not come from your lender. Indeed, your past credit performance plays a role, as does the location of your new home and several other factors, but if you absolutely need a name to put with the numbers, you can use either Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.