Making improvements to your home is an easy way to raise its value. With a FHA loan you could be able to include the costs associated with your home improvements with your loan. The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 203 (k) program is one in which you can refinance your current home or even purchase a new one in need of improvements and include all costs in the loan.
Aside from being able to use it to invest in your new or current home, there are numerous advantages to using a FHA loan. First and foremost is the ease with which one can qualify for a FHA loan as opposed to more traditional types of loans. Because the FHA is simply guaranteeing your loan lenders will be more inclined to give you the loan you need to refinance your home. This means that lenders have considerably less to lose by extending you a loan, because if you do go into default and they do have to foreclose they will get their money back. Continue reading How to use FHA Loans to Invest in your Current Home