The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has seen its capital reserves quickly dissipate over the past few years amid a growing number of mortgage defaults and payouts on insurance claims. In an effort to bolster its capital cushion, the federal agency has announced a new premium structure for FHA-insured single-family mortgage loans. FHA will increase its annual mortgage insurance premium by 0.10 percent for loans under $ 625,500 and by 0.35 percent for loans above that amount. Upfront premiums will also increase by 0.75 percent.
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