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SecureRights is affiliated with LeadPoint, Inc., a Delaware corporation with its headquarters in Los Angeles, California and maintains an online marketplace that helps match businesses that provide residential mortgages, debt financing and other financial products and services to consumers who have expressed an interest in seeking such products and services. SecureRights is an independent third party verification service that is dedicated to combating fraud and protecting consumer privacy.
When consumers seeking financial products and services submit their information through websites prominently displaying the SecureRights logo, we will collect and use personal information about you to respond to your request for such products and services. SecureRights also provides a mechanism for consumers to report fraud or violations of their privacy.
SecureRights Contact Information:
LeadPoint, Inc. DBA Secure Rights
2045 S. Barrington Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025
FHA Loan Articles
Read About Mortgage News, FHA Updates, and Guidelines
The FHA Refinance Loan Maximum Mortgage Calculation
There are many myths people have about FHA home loans. One is the nature of the required FHA mortgage down payment or maximum financing available. The borrower is required to make a minimum down payment on all new purchase FHA mortgage loans (3.5%).
Does Being a Co-Signer on Another Loan Hurt Your FHA Loan Application?
Some wonder: does being a co-signer on someone else’s financial obligation might affect an applicant’s chances for FHA loan approval? Does being a co-signer have any influence on how the lender views your credit or debt-to-income ratio?
FHA Streamline Refinancing: Appraisal Required?
It can be easy to get confused over the difference between lender requirements and FHA refinance loan standards--did you know that FHA loan rules for Streamline Refinancing permit the lender to require things the FHA rules don’t insist upon?
FHA Changes Loss Mitigation Policies
In April 2015, the FHA and HUD changed some of its policies in order to help FHA borrowers avoid foreclosure and keep their homes. No FHA loan applicant goes into the home loan or refinance loan process expecting to default on their mortgage payments sometime in the future.
More Updates to FHA HECM Loan Due and Payable Policies
One very important aspect of the HECM loan, which features no monthly mortgage payment and is instead collected in full when the borrower dies, sells the home, or fails to live up to the terms of the HECM mortgage loan agreement.