Existing one-to-four unit properties where construction has been completed, and the property is habitable as evidenced by local jurisdiction issuance of a certificate of occupancy or its equivalent.
Ineligible Property Types
- Cooperative units
- Condo units in developments not approved by FHA.
- Newly constructed residences where a Certificate of Occupancy or its equivalent has not been issued by the appropriate local authority
- Boarding houses
- Bed and breakfast establishments
- Existing manufactured homes built before June 15, 1976; and
- Existing manufactured homes built after June 15, 1976 that fail to conform to the Manufactured Home Construction Safety Standards, as evidenced by affixed certification labels (e.g., data plate and HUD certification label) or lack a permanent foundation as required by HUD or homes that are installed or were occupied previously at another site or location.
HECM for Purchase Eligible Property Types
Only properties where construction is completed are eligible for FHA insurance under the HECM for Purchase program. Loan proceeds may be used to satisfy outstanding payment obligations associated with a land contract, contract for deed or other similar purchase arrangements that will ensure the property, which will be used as collateral for the HECM, meets FHA’s title requirements. Those requirements, provide, in part, that the HECM must be on real estate held in fee simple, or on a leasehold under a lease for not less than 99 years which is renewable, or under a lease having a remaining period of not less than 50 years beyond the date of the 100th birthday of the youngest mortgagor.
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