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The FHA Single Family Housing Policy Handbook becomes effective September 14, 2015, and includes changes on:

  • Large Deposits
  • Part Time Income
  • Frequent Job Changes
  • Overtime and Bonus Income
  • Multiple FHA Loans
  • Student Loans
  • Authorized Users

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