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10.26.21 – Update: New Date for HUD-Held Vacant Loan Sale 2022-1 (“HVLS 2022-1”) – Now December 1, 2021.

09/21/2021

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) has announced an update to the date for the upcoming HUD-Held Vacant Loan Sale (“HVLS 2022-1”). The new date for this sale is now December 1, 2021, which replaces the previous sale date of November 10, 2021.

The sale will consist of due and payable Secretary-Held loans. The loans are first liens secured by 1 to 4-unit, vacant residential properties where the last surviving borrower is deceased. This sale will include increased bidding opportunities for non-profit and state & local government purchasers.

Entities interested in participating can contact the Office of Asset Sales Single Family Transaction Specialist at 1-844-709-0763 or email [email protected] for more information.

For prospective bidders to this sale, please refer to the section on this webpage entitled, For Prospective HUD Asset Sale Bidders, to become a qualified bidder and receive the Bidder Information Package for HVLS 2022-1.

Falcon Digital Mortgage October Newsletter

10/01/2022

Not sure what's next on your company's digital transformation journey? Need strategic counsel on your company's ESG policies? Looking for insight and strategy into business process reengineering? Swoop on by the Bird's Nest Lounge aka the Presidential Suite of the Home2 Suites Monday (10/24) & Tuesday (10/25) at MBA Annual and meet with Falcon's team of strategic business and digital mortgage advisors.

How the Caps on DTI, LTV and Credit Score Impact Homebuyers and Shift Credit Risk to other Federal Mortgage Programs

03/26/2021

BACKGROUND: On January 14, 2021, the Treasury Department and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) amended the GSE’s Senior Preferred Stock Purchase Agreements (SPSPAs), which shape the terms in which Treasury supports Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This analysis looks at how the caps on the GSE’s “Acquisition of Certain Loans” can disproportionately impact homebuyers. […]