A policy switch at FHA

SOURCE: Mortgage News Feed

Hundreds of thousands of home sellers have had their pockets picked at closings during the last decade – they’ve been charged interest on their mortgages after their principal debts had been fully paid off. But thanks to a policy switch made final last week, charging extra interest payments on loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration will soon be banned.

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