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FHA Streamlined(K) & 203(k) Training Presents July 20, 2011
FHA Streamlined(k) Rehab Program Enables borrowers to finance both the purchase or refinance of a home and the cost of its rehabilitation through a single mortgage. Standard FHA guidelines apply (1-4 units/ No Condo’s) Cash out is not allowed. Loan proceeds not advanced must be applied to principal. Streamlined(K) allows for limited improvements up to $35,000 Maximum. Up to 50% of the repairs released ($17,500 max) Minimum repair amount for a streamlined(k) : NONE Term: 30 year fixed, 30 year fixed w/buydown, 1 year ARM
FHA Streamlined(k) Rehab Program The Streamlined (k) program is intended to facilitate minor rehabilitation and/or improvements to a home for which plans, consultants, engineers and/or architects are not required. Due to the rehabilitation amount limitation of $35,000, eligible improvements are limited and can not include any major rehabilitation or remodeling, new construction such as a room addition, repairs to structural damage, or site amenity improvements.*** ***Repairs of this nature should be completed under the standard 203(k) program.
Streamlined(k) Eligible Improvements Examples of eligible improvements are listed below (this list is not all-inclusive): Repair/Replacement of roofs, gutters, and downspouts Repair/Replacement/Upgrade of existing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems Repair/Replacement of plumbing and electrical systems Repair/Replacement of flooring Minor remodeling that does not involve structural repairs, such as kitchens Exterior and interior painting Weatherization, including storm windows and doors, insulation, and weather stripping Purchase and installation of appliances, including free-standing ranges, refrigerators, washers and dryers, dishwashers, and microwaves Improvements for accessibility for persons with disabilities Lead-based paint stabilization or abatement of lead-based paint hazards Repair/Replacement/Addition of exterior decks, patios, porches Basement finishing and remodeling that does not involve structural repairs Basement waterproofing Replacement of windows and doors and exterior wall re-siding
Appraisal Requirements After Improved Value (2 appraisals not required) Appraiser to provide appraised value with improvements – Appraisal is requested from the appraiser as a Streamlined(k) appraisal. Provide appraiser with a copy of bid(s) from contractor(s), prior to inspection. As is value *Purchase: Appraiser to provide an as is value in the body of the appraisal. *Refinance: Use the Existing Liens as the “As is” value when this does not exceed a reasonable estimate of value. (Not required for HUD-owned Property/ HUD contract sales price is the “AS IS value) List Improvements/Repairs Appraiser to review and list on the appraisal as included repairs. List of repairs to correspond with the Contractors Bid.
HUD FORM (K) Worksheet Purchase Transaction A1 Purchase Contract A2 Appraisal A3 Appraised Value (After Imp. Value) A4 A3 X 110% A5 Good Faith Estimate B1 Contractors Bid/Appraisal B2 Contingency Reserve Schedule B3 1 Inspection Fee ($100 approx) B10 Sub-total Lines B5 thru B9 B11 Origination Fee greater 1.50% or $350 B12 N/A Disc. Pts. B13 Sub-Total Release for Closing B14 Total Rehab cost less than $35,000 C1 Lesser of A1 or A2 C2 B14 C3 Lesser of C1+C2 or A4 C % of Line C3* *Maybe less if HUD Owned Property (REO) C5 Will auto populate (ignore this figure) C6 C3+C5-C4= required cash into transaction Down payment + closing costs C7 C4 (re-enter) Enter UFMIP Premium, Interest Rate & Discount Points. (Total loan amount will self calculate) DE Underwriter and Borrower(s) signature required.
HUD FORM (K) Worksheet Refinance Transaction A1 Existing Liens for Refinance A2 Existing Liens for a Refinance A3 Appraised Value A4 A3 X 110% A5 Good Faith Estimate B1 Contractors Bid/Appraisal B2 Contingency Reserve Schedule B3 1 Inspection Fee ($100 approx) B10 Sub-total Lines B5 thru B9 B11 Origination Fee greater 1.50% or $350 B12 N/A Disc. Pts B14 Total Rehab cost less than $35,000 D1 A1 + B14 + A5 + Discount Point on Total loan amount minus (-) B12 minus (-) MIP Refund D2 Lesser of A2 + B14 or A4 D3 D2 multiplied by 97.75% D4 Base Loan amount lesser of D1 or D3 D5 D1 – D4 = Borrowers required cash to close Enter UFMIP, Interest Rate & Discount Points. DE Underwriter and Borrowers signature(s) required
Contingency Reserve A contingency reserve is typically required to cover unexpected expenses. On properties older than 30 years and over $7,500 in rehabilitation costs, the cost estimate must include a contingency reserve. The reserve must be a minimum of: 10% of the cost of rehabilitation If utilities were not turned on for inspection, a minimum 15% is required. The contingency reserve can only be used on those changes that affect the health, safety, or an increase in cost due to a necessity item.
203(k) Lender Collected Fee Supplemental origination fee When the mortgage involves issuance of advances, the Lender will collect from the borrower supplemental origination fee. This fee is calculated at the greater of 1.5% of the portion of the mortgage allocated to rehabilitation, or $350. JMAC Lending deducts this fee from wire proceeds for the management of the rehabilitation. The supplemental origination fee is collected in addition to the origination fee. ***Refer to line 11 of HUD Form (203k worksheet)***
Contractors Requirements W-9 form Required for every contractor signed and completed. (Check appropriate box) Contractors Bid Signed & dated by borrower(s) and Contractor(s). Contractors Name, address & phone number. Contractor to list repairs, supplies, labor costs, etc. (Detailed) Contractors License Verify on the appropriate State website. (State specific) Contractor must be licensed for the work requested. (General) Bond information is also available Contractors Liability Insurance Contractors Resume 2 year as a licensed contractor 3 Reference letters. Reference letters from previous customers, detailing specific work completed. (Name/addresses/phone numbers) Homeowner/Contractor Agreement Signed & dated by borrower(s) and Contractor(s). Enter cost of work and target completion date.
W-9 Form Contractor to Complete Contractor to complete and check the appropriate box for type of business. Contractor to enter Social Security Number or Employer ID number. Contractor to sign and date. Must be submitted with loan package. Contractor to signand date
Sample Contractor Bid Business Letterhead Detailed and list each item of work and cost of each item. Detail % of funds to be released at first draw. Must include labor costs Signed & dated by borrower and contractor. Including Phone numbers.
California State Contractors License
California State Contractors Bond Verify contractors information Commercial General Liability Valid- verify on State of California website that the contractor renews annually.
Nevada State Contractors License
Nevada State Contractors Bond
Sample Contractor Resume Minimum 2 years experience Business Letterhead
2 nd Sample of Contractor Resume Minimum 2 years experience Business Letterhead
3 Reference Letters Include name, address and phone number of client. Detail specific work completed by the contractor. Completed in a timely manner and to customer satisfaction. Signed by client
Documents signed by Borrower 203 (k) Worksheet Send out final with loan documents. Contractors Bid Homeowner/Contractor Agreement Complete form, include rehabilitation amount, and completion date Borrowers Acknowledgment Signed by borrower(s) and Lender. Borrower(s) must check a box. Rehabilitation Loan Agreement Enter date, borrower(s) and contractors names, rehabilitation amount JMAC LENDING Draw Request
Homeowner Contractor Agreement Complete name, addresses and phone numbers Enter agreement date Enter the property address Enter dollar amount of rehabilitation Borrowers and Contractors to sign and date Prior to Submission
203 (k) Borrower’s Acknowledgement Borrower to check one of the three boxes. All borrower s to sign and Date Lender (JMAC) to sign at funding Prior to Submission
Rehabilitation Loan Agreement This form will be populated and sent out with loan documents. Item #4 of this form is not completed by the doc system. The underwriter will be required to enter this figure. This figure is taken from line B14 of the 203(k) Worksheet (HUD Form 92700) Borrower(s) to sign and date Lender to sign, date and add title Sent out with Docs Sent out with Doc
Rehabilitation Loan Agreement Page 2 of 2 Sent out with Doc
JMAC Lending Initial Draw Request Contractors Name List every contractor Dollar amount of check (not to exceed 50%) All borrowers and Contractors to sign & date Must be submitted Prior to documents
Funders Requirements Sign Rehabilitation Loan Agreement Sign Borrowers Acknowledgment Disbursements issued per Jmac Draw Request Checks must be payable to Borrower and Contractor May release up to 50% of Rehabilitation not to exceed $17,500
Streamlined(k) Disbursement Up to 50% of the rehabilitation funds are disbursed immediately. Included with the disbursement is an instruction letter that explains how the final disbursement works. A W-9 must be provided to set up the contractor in our system, and a two-party check is made out to the borrower and the contractor and sent to the borrower. If multiple contractors are being used, up to 50% of the cost of the repairs for each contractor is disbursed up front. (Complete JMAC Initial Draw Request) The balance is disbursed upon completion of all work. If the cost of the renovation is over $15,000, an inspection by the original appraiser is required. As with the rest of the rehabilitation process. Streamlined(k) has two disbursements; one initially disbursed at closing, and the second and final disbursement once all work has been completed.
29 Application Process Borrower locates property in need of repairs or determines that his/her current home needs improvements Borrower determines improvements needed and schedules an inspection with a cost consultant (or creates a list of improvements) Note: A cost consultant is not required on Streamline transactions Cost consultant or borrower completes the work write-up and prepares contractor bid packages to obtain cost estimates Appraiser uses work write-up to determine “as-is” and “improved value” Loan closes Construction begins within 30 days of loan closing — must be completed in six months or less
30 Example: Determining the Maximum Loan Amount EXAMPLE: purchase of a 1-unit property with 96.50% LTV/CLTV Purchase and Renovation Costs Sales Price$120,000 Labor/Material$24,500 Contingency (10%)$2,450 Soft Costs (permits, consultant fees, inspection fees, PITI, etc.)$2,420 Total for Purchase and Renovation$149,370 “As Improved” value (determined by appraiser)$160,000 Value to use for determination of LTV must be the lesser of the total cost of renovation or the “as- Improved” value. In this example, $149,370 is less than $160,000, therefore the value you must use when determining the maximum loan amount is $149,370. Maximum Loan Amount at 96.50% $144,142.05
References HUD references: HUD 203k Handbook k Mortgagee letters: FHA 203k reference site: FHA Frequently asked questions: Cost Consultants: https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/f17cnsltdata.cfm https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/f17cnsltdata.cfm Contractors State License Board: California: Nevada: Utah:https://secure.utah.gov/llv/search/index.htmlhttps://secure.utah.gov/llv/search/index.html Washington:http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Contractors/HireCon/http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Contractors/HireCon/ Arizona:http://www.azroc.gov/ContractorInfoMenu.htmlhttp://www.azroc.gov/ContractorInfoMenu.html All State Lookup:http://www.crimcheck.com/resources/state-contractor-license- lookup.aspxhttp://www.crimcheck.com/resources/state-contractor-license- lookup.aspx