Arizona FHA Streamline Program: 3 Basic Criteria to Qualify

Arizona FHA Streamline: Who Qualifies?

The FHA streamline is more popular today than it was a few years ago because of the number of people who currently have an FHA mortgage is higher than it has been in recent years.

And if you are currently in an FHA loan, often times your best financial move when rates drop is to participate in the FHA streamline program.

Can anyone participate in the FHA streamline program? Almost.  There are 3 basic criteria to the FHA streamline that must be met in order for someone to participate.

Criteria to Participate in the FHA Streamline Program

  1. You must currently have an FHA loan and live in the property
  2. You can’t have more than 2 30 day late payments in the last 12 months
  3. FHA won’t let you participate if the FHA streamline program doesn’t improve your overall financial situation (lowers your rate, fixes your adjustable rate, etc.)

Most people that I speak with are eligible for the FHA streamline program and with rates lower than they have been in years, if you currently have an FHA loan, it probably makes sense to find out if you meet the 3 criteria to qualify for the FHA streamline program.

Comments

  1. Hello Justin,
    Great Blog!!! I read it every post. Do you have a bank that will do loans for investor with more than 4 properties? We have a huge data base of investors with this situation.

  2. @Sean,

    Thanks for stopping by!

    We currently do not have a lender who will allow an investor to have more than 4 properties.

    If we hear of one, we will be sure to add the info as we hear it.

    Justin

  3. “We have a huge data base of investors with this situation.”

    *sigh*

    “Investors” is NOT what the FHA program was designed for. “Investors” are most of the problem with the current market. “Investors” have caused more problems than they’ve solved, and have created nothing but headaches for hard working American homeowners.

    FHA needs to weed out “investors” and fast.

  4. @Bob,

    Thanks for commenting — I may have mis-spoke. We do have an investor who will allow more than 4 properties — but not for FHA.

    It is a Fannie Mae product — not an FHA one.

    FHA is and has been almost always for primary residences only, not for investment properties.

    Justin

  5. Andrew James Robles says:

    I am interested in an FHA streamline loan. My current rate is 5.5 The loan amount was for 220,000. Currently the amount owed is 207,000. The loan is co-signed by my father who has excellent credit. The address is 2054 N. 133rd Ave. Goodyear AZ. Please shoot me over a quote at your earliest convenience. Thank you, Andrew Robles
    702-287-3590

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