Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Download More Than 600 Single- and Multifamily Mortgage Lenders and Housing Finance Agencies

DID YOU KNOW THAT HUD AND FHA PROVIDE A FREE LIST OF MORE THAN 600 single-family and multifamily mortgage lenders and housing finance agencies throughout the United States?
TO HELP YOU ACCESS THIS LIST, I've reproduced a version of the list for you below. This list is current at the time of this blog post.
THESE LENDERS PROVIDE MORTGAGE LOANS for single-family and multifamily residential and rental properties. Also included are State Housing Finance Agencies, which you can contact for more information on mortgage loans in any given state.
THE LISTED LENDERS HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to make Federal Housing Authority (FHA) insured loans.
ELIGIBLE PROPERTIES VARY BY LENDER AND INCLUDE: detached homes, manufactured homes, condominiums, fixer-uppers, buildings with five or more units, housing for the elderly, and housing for people of moderate and low income.
TYPES OF LENDERS INCLUDE: banks, mortgage companies, credit unions, public housing housing authorities, community development agencies and non-profit agencies.
DIFFERENT PROPERTIES AND PURPOSES ARE COVERED by different parts of HUD's mortgage programs. For loan details, contact individual lenders, the Housing Finance Authority for your state, or HUD/FHA at 451 7th Street S.W., Washington, DC 20410, Telephone: (202) 708-1112, Website: You can also contact a local HUD Office near you. Local offices are listed on the HUD website under “HUD Local Office Directory" at
MANY OF THESE LENDERS MAKE LOANS IN ALL 50 STATES. Some serve more limited areas. For the most current details and options with regard to the HUD FHA Lender List, visit the list at Note: Search results will vary depending on the options selected on the Search form and may not match the results provided here.

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The HUD FHA Lender List Search Form at

(PDF, 23 pages)

For more real estate tips and methods, visit the International Wealth Success Website.

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