Federal Housing Administration


Federal Housing Administration
( FHA) A division of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that insures residential mortgage loans and sets construction standards. Chicago Board of Trade glossary
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Federal Housing Administration ( FHA)
An agency within the Department of Housing and Urban Development ( HUD) that provides insurance for single-family and multifamily residential mortgages. American Banker Glossary
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( FHA)
Federally sponsored agency chartered in 1934 whose stock is currently owned by savings institutions across the United States. The agency buys residential mortgages that meet certain requirements, sells these mortgages in packages , and insures the lenders against loss. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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Federal Housing Administration ˌFederal ˈHousing Adminiˌstration abbreviation FHA noun ORGANIZATIONS FINANCE
a US government organization that insures lenders of money to people buying homes against the risk of the loans not being repaid:

• Mortgage insurance policies issued by the Federal Housing Administration made full repayments to lenders on the loans at the greatest risk of default.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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