Reverse Originators See Mixed Bag in New Borrower Verification Policy

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  • Reverse Originators See Mixed Bag in New Borrower Verification Policy
    Reverse Originators See Mixed Bag in New Borrower Verification Policy

    Last week, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) issued a new mortgagee letter implementing policy guidance on practices concerning the use of Third Party Verification (TPV) services as an alternative for authenticating employment, income or assets of potential borrowers. The letter applies to all FHA Title II traditional and reverse […]

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