The White House has recently released a series of initiatives to support the growth of U.S. homeownership. This announcement comes as the nation faces an unprecedented housing affordability crisis due to increasing home prices. With this new policy, FHA-insured mortgages could be extended to more households by expanding access to secondary rental income generated from an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU).

The goal of this policy shift is to make homeownership more attainable for more Americans, specifically for those living in high-cost areas. This could be a game-changer for many households that have limited access to affordable credit and financial resources. According to White House economic advisors, the new policy is intended to reduce the financial barriers to homeownership and expand access to mortgages.

Key Takeaways:
– White House announces new initiatives to support U.S. homeownership
– Policy shift updates FHA-insured mortgages to consider ADU rental income
– Intended to make homeownership more attainable for more Americans
– Policy shift reduces financial barriers to homeownership and expands access to mortgages

You can read this full article at: required)

Note Servicing Center provides professional, fully compliant loan servicing for private mortgage investors so they can avoid the aggravation of servicing their own loans and just relax and get paid. Contact us today for more information.