The Biden administration has recently announced a move to lower fees for borrowers with lower credit scores, which has been sensationalized by the media. This move is not raising rates on good credit borrowers, but rather reducing fees for those with lower credit scores. According to a report by the Urban Institute, lower fees could help increase access to credit for borrowers with lower credit scores and improve the overall health of the mortgage market. However, some experts have expressed concerns about potential risks associated with expanding access to credit for borrowers with lower credit scores.
Phillip and Rob discuss this topic on today’s episode.
0:01:13 Exploring the Biden Administration's “Interest Rate Hike” for Well Qualified Buyers 0:03:20 FHA Loan Level Price Adjustment: A Step Towards Affordable Home Ownership
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