The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is a U.S. agency offering mortgage insurance to FHA-approved lenders that meet specific qualifications. mortgage insurance protects lenders against losses from mortgage defaults. If a borrower defaults on a loan, the FHA pays the lender a specified claim amount. Next Up.
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Items Tagged with ‘FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION’ – David Stevens – the former head of the FHA and the MBA – made some scathing remarks about reverse mortgages last week that sparked heated criticism from members of the industry. HECM professionals say.