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Rehabilitation Loan Insurance (Section 203(k))

Insures loans to finance the rehabilitation or purchase and rehabilitation of one- to four-family properties.

Nature of Program: HUD insures rehabilitation loans up to approximately 96.5 percent of the lesser of appraised value before rehabilitation plus rehabilitation costs or 110 percent of appraised value after rehabilitation. A loan can be used to (1) finance rehabilitation of an existing property; (2) finance rehabilitation and refinancing of the outstanding indebtedness of a property; and (3) finance purchase and rehabilitation of a property. An eligible rehabilitation loan must involve a principal obligation not exceeding the amount allowed under Section 203(b) home mortgage insurance.

Applicant Eligibility: Any person able to make the cash investment and the mortgage payments.

Legal Authority: Section 203(k) of the National Housing Act (12 U.S.C. 1709(k)). Regulations are in 24 CFR 203.50.

Administering Office: Assistant Secretary for Housing-Federal Housing Commissioner, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, DC 20410-8000.

Information Sources: Administering office and HUD field offices. On the Web

Current Status: Active.