FHA - HUD Short Sales


FHA - HUD Short Sales

HUD rules for FHA short sales, tips, experiences, etc.

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7-9-13 Updated Pre-Foreclosure Sale (PFS) and Deed in Lieu (DIL) of Foreclosure - Effective 10-1-13.

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FHA Contract Clause

"Sale is contingent upon the seller receiving prior written approval of Insert Name of Lender/Servicer."

FHA Listing Agreement Clause

“Seller may cancel this agreement prior to the ending date
of the listing period without advance notice to the broker, and
without payment of a commission or any other consideration if
the property is conveyed to the mortgage insurer or the mortgage
holder.” The sale completion is subject to approval (under HUD
guidelines) by the mortgagee.


Discussion Forum

Hud/FHA declining to do short sale

Started by Savita Savita. Last reply by Brett Goldsmith Sep 26, 2018. 1 Reply

NOVAD as 2nd lien

Started by Noelle Battle. Last reply by Jason Sanseverino Mar 6, 2018. 3 Replies

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Comment by Wendy Rulnick on November 23, 2009 at 1:12pm
Thanks, Stephanie! Our market is really dropping faster than that, though :(
Comment by Stephanie Lim on November 23, 2009 at 10:37am
Yes, that net is 88% of appraised value. 30 days after the date on the PFS form required net goes down to 86%, 30 days after that down to 84% which is the floor. You can list it at a price that achieves the required net. Also now that you have that out of the way it's easier to get the deal done because the lender will just have to do a sales contract review and according to guidelines they only have 5 business days although I haven't seen them get it done that fast. Cool thing is a short wait for the buyer. Once I have a PFS ATP I advertise it that way.
Comment by Wendy Rulnick on November 23, 2009 at 10:14am
Yes, the form has listing price 119,900. Price offered 115,000. Appraised Value 121,000. 90% of appraised value 108,900. Estimated net sale proceeds 106,794....
Comment by Stephanie Lim on November 23, 2009 at 10:07am
Wendy-90% of the lienholders appraised value?
Comment by Wendy Rulnick on November 23, 2009 at 9:45am
I don't do a lot of HUD short sales. I just received a HUD short sale approval that states 90% of value. The offer was for a higher amount than that. The buyer walked. Now may I reduce the price to 90% that is on the document?
Comment by Teresa Turner on November 22, 2009 at 11:48am
Had an FHA short sale recently that was a student condo that the person vacated after they graduated and moved to Orlando with her husband for his job. It took a while, but SunTrust worked it out.
Comment by Tad Navle on November 19, 2009 at 11:40am
Bank Of America has a new FHA form packet and guidelines for your short sales. If you are using the old countrywide forms - call them and get new ones.
Comment by Stephanie Lim on November 18, 2009 at 7:43am
The FHA guidelines say that the seller and the seller's agent is entitled to a copy. Have you tried pointing that out to them? I had the same experience with WF. Appraisal grossly overstated value. WF refused to budge. I tried EVERYTHING. Provided tons of comps. Never budged. Don't guess your negotiator's name is Will is it? ;-)
Comment by Amy Mick on November 18, 2009 at 7:33am
I have an approved FHA short sale where the bank (Wells Fargo) ordered an appraisal that came in at $56k and the buyer's appraisal came in at $50k. WF will not budge on the $56k appraisal (they say it is an FHA appraisal and is good for 6 months) and the buyer is actually fine with it however, WF will not give a copy of the appraisal that they are forcing the buyer to use! I thought by law the buyer was entitled to a copy of the appraisal. THe lender just wants to have it assigned over to them but WF will not surrender a copy. Any suggestions?????
Comment by Stephanie Lim on October 21, 2009 at 6:16am
Moved out because we got a contract on the house. The last one I worked was for a buyer and I think that one may have been an investment property but not sure. It closed.

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