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Just looking for answers... don't quite understand all the Beacon stuff.... I know there is a difference in rates, UFMIP with FHA, but... On a refinance: (Government or Conventional) Is there always MI, no matter what? Is there none when the LTV is below 78%? What are the current rates for each type? WHEN is the time when a person does not have to do MI? And explanations help... thank you!
FHA loans always requires MMI (mortgage insurance) no matter how much down payment. The MMI rate is expensive at 1.25% of the loan amount. With conventional loans (FreddieMac and FannieMae) if the buyer puts down 20% this avoids mortgage insurance. I heard a lender offering a fixed rate conventional mortgage with 5% down and no mortgage insurance. Up to $625,000 in California. 3.65% interest. Requires a very high credit score.
I know that a person can avoid PMI by putting 20% down. Any less than that, you have to pay PMI.
Are you a licensed mortgage loan originator asking these questions?