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Address Bed/Bath Price
23 Hale St. 3/1 $26,800.00 – GovtBid
Stanton, KY 40380 Foreclosure Sale
500 White Oak Rd 3/2 $17,000.00 – GovtBid
Irvine, KY 40336 Foreclosure Sale
148 Falls Lane 3/1 $33,500.00 – GovtBid
Clearfield, KY 40313 Foreclosure Sale
1203 S 6th St 4/2 $12,500.00 – GovtBid
Mayfield, KY 42066 Foreclosure Sale
604 Wells Avenue 3/2 $16,750.00 – GovtBid
Fulton, KY 42041 Foreclosure Sale
15077 N. State Highway 7 3/1 $24,120.00 – GovtBid
Grayson, KY 41143 Foreclosure Sale
1905 Stacy Lane Rd 3/1 $16,750.00 – GovtBid
Irvine, KY 40336 Foreclosure Sale
24 Golden Gates Drive 4/2 $47,570.00 – GovtBid
Wingo, KY 42088 Foreclosure Sale
406 Indian Hills Circle 3/1 $34,170.00 – GovtBid
Vanceburg, KY 41179 Foreclosure Sale
91 Roxanne St 3/1 $18,760.00 – GovtBid
Clearfield, KY 403139771 Foreclosure Sale
117 Beechmont Drive 3/1 $31,490.00 – GovtBid
Nicholasville, KY 40356 Foreclosure Sale
275 Highway 227 N 3/1 $42,210.00 – GovtBid
New Liberty, KY 40355 Foreclosure Sale
1721 Village Lane 3/1 $23,450.00 – GovtBid
Shelbyville, KY 40065 Foreclosure Sale
177 Crawford Rd 3/1 $30,820.00 – GovtBid
Clearfield, KY 403139648 Foreclosure Sale
2201 Brent Drive 3/1 $8,500.00 – GovtBid
Madisonville , KY 42431 Foreclosure Sale
415 Grassy Knoll Rd. 2/2 $28,140.00 – GovtBid
Flemingsburg, KY 41041 Foreclosure Sale
1225 Tim Tam Way 3/2 $64,695.00 – GovtBid
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 Foreclosure Sale
171 State Route 1461 3/2 $24,790.00 – GovtBid
Fulton, KY 42041 Foreclosure Sale
204 N. Madison St. 2/1 $26,800.00 – GovtBid
Owenton, KY 40359 Foreclosure Sale
125 Gloria Dr. 3/1 $36,850.00 – GovtBid
Shelbyville, KY 400658910 Foreclosure Sale
2 Pebble Court 3/1 $30,820.00 – GovtBid
Frankfort, KY 40601 Foreclosure Sale
381 Dunroven Dr. 4/1.5 $40,200.00 – GovtBid
Versailles, KY 40383 Foreclosure Sale
377 Damron Br. 3/1 $26,130.00 – GovtBid
Grayson, KY 41143 Foreclosure Sale

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Louisville, KY 40223
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>Fannie Mae New Lending Guidelines for Kentucky


>New Lending Guidelines From Fannie Mae for Kentucky

 By LYNNLEY BROWNING New York Times

Published: November 18, 2010

The rules, effective on Dec. 13, will allow buyers to use gifts and grants from nonprofit groups for their minimum 5 percent down payment, which is the threshold set by Fannie Mae, the government-owned company that sets lending standards and buys mortgages from lenders. (Freddie Mac is considering similar new guidelines, said Brad German, a spokesman.)

Previously, borrowers had to contribute a minimum 5 percent down payment from their own funds, but additional down payment money could be from a gift (though never from a home seller). The exception was for borrowers who put 20 percent down: all that money could come as a gift.

Because many lenders now require a down payment of 10 percent or more, the new rules mean that borrowers will still have to come up with extra funds — either their own or gifts.

The gift rules apply only to single-family principal residences, including town houses, co-ops and condominiums, and covers mortgage amounts in excess of 80 percent of the property’s value.

Now, the not-so-good news.

Fannie Mae is getting tougher on debt-to-income ratios, or the amount of a borrower’s gross monthly income that goes toward paying off all debts. The maximum ratio for those seeking a conventional mortgage will drop to 45 percent from 55 percent under the new guidelines.

The agency is also taking a harder look at payment histories on revolving debt. In the past, if a borrower missed a monthly payment, Fannie Mae ignored it, or required that lenders add a few percentage points to the total balance when calculating the debt-to-income ratio. Now, buyers who have missed a payment will have 5 percent of the total balance added to their ratios.

In addition, Fannie Mae is scrutinizing people who are at the end of their mortgages, with 10 or fewer payments left. It will now count those remaining balances in the debt-to-income ratios — another departure. Mortgage experts say that older buyers near the end of their loans may now have a tougher time securing a loan for a second home.

But perhaps the toughest news from Fannie Mae concerns borrowers who have gone through foreclosure. They will be excluded from obtaining a Fannie-backed loan for seven years, up from four.

“That’s a long time in this economy,” Ms. Kreyer said. That change was announced separately from the gift and debt rules, but will also take effect in Fannie Mae’s automated underwriting systems next month.

Fannie Mae buys or guarantees around $3.2 trillion in residential loans, about 28 percent of the entire residential mortgage market in the United States. Lenders typically issue loans based on the agency’s guidelines.

Buyers who do not meet the new Fannie Mae requirements may have to consider a nonconforming loan from the Federal Housing Administration. These loans, which do not follow Fannie Mae underwriting guidelines, require mortgage insurance premiums and, for those with low credit scores, higher interest rates and steeper down-payment requirements.

A version of this article appeared in print on November 21, 2010,