FHA-Approved Condos Search by City or ZIP Code
In order to get an FHA loan, the property must first be FHA-Approved. If you are looking to buy a property with an FHA Loan, one of the first steps is get the properties you are looking at approved by an FHA Appraiser. FHA Approval ensures that a property is safe, secure, and meets the HUD's Housing Quality Standards.
One way to streamline this process is to find a property that is already FHA-Approved. In order to make properties more appealing to buyers a mortgagee, builder, developer, homeowners association, or management company may apply to have their condominiums, manufactured homes, row homes, walk-ups, mid-, or high-rise units pre-approved by the FHA. Then all you need to do is find an FHA-Approved Lender.
The HUD's Housing Standards are fairly strict. As a result the list of approved condominiums is small. There are currently only 9,422 approved condos across the entire country. If you are interested in buying a home with an FHA Loan, use our FHA-Approved Condos Lookup Tool above to find properties in your area.
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