MyFHA is a private company and is not a government agency.
We do not provide any loan modifications or foreclosure services, nor do we connect you with any providers of those services.
First-Time Home Buyers
Loans insured by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) are designed to help everyone realize the dream of owning a home. And they’re ideal for first-time home buyers! Because the FHA insures these mortgages, FHA lenders can work with borrowers who’ve had credit problems, collections, past bankruptcy filings, or debt-to-income ratios that are higher than normally allowed.
Applying for an FHA loan
Getting in touch with a specialist through MyFHA is simple. We’ve combined the speed and ease of the Internet with the hands-on help our customers expect. Once you click online, we enter your information into our database and begin a preliminary review. Then, we match you with the right specialist for where you are right now .
During the phone interview, your specialist will discuss with you where you are right now and help you determine your best way forward. If you don’t pre-qualify right away, your specialist will suggest ways to improve your profile, so you may become eligible in the future. Within 10 minutes, you’ll usually know if you’re ready for a mortgage. The interview is also a great chance to get acquainted with your specialist, who will play an important role in your becoming a homeowner. Good communication with your will increase your chances of a successful and speedy process!
Processing a mortgage involves gathering documents to verify information. Forbes has an excellent article on assembling all of the documentation that you may need which may include (but is not limited to) W-2 forms, two-weeks of pay stubs, credit reports, and bank statements. After your approval, you’ll receive a pre-qualification that includes a checklist specific to your file. This checklist will itemize all of the things you must submit before receiving a commitment.
The closing is the “end of the line” in obtaining a mortgage. At the closing, you will sign all of the required mortgage documents. If it’s a new mortgage, you’ll collect your new keys and then take possession of your new home. If it’s a refinance, you’ll immediately start to enjoy the benefits of a new interest rate, cash out, or both!