HECM Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Offer Guidelines And Submission Info For Agents

Dated: 01/05/2017

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HECM Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Offer Guidelines And Submission Info For Agents

HECM REO


Our hope is that the following info may answer some questions and take some of the mystery out of Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) aka Reverse Mortgage Foreclosures by highlighting what is required.

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Properties Being Sold Subject to HUD Guidelines 24 CFR 206.125


  1. This property is a Fannie Mae Reverse Mortgage REO.


  2. The code above allows an heir to purchase the property at 95% of the listed price.


  3. Other stipulations of this type of property include:


  4. Property cannot be sold below appraised value (LIST PRICE)


  5. No mediation


  6. No electronic signatures accepted


  7. No repairs, “AS IS AT TIME OF CLOSING”


  8. No buyer closing costs paid by seller are allowed on the HUD


  9. Buyer pays HOA Doc & Transfer Fee


  10. No utilities are on. Buyer may pay to have them on for inspection at their own expense with seller approval


  11. No agent transaction fees allowed on the HUD, regardless if the Buyer is paying


  12. Seller will pay Seller’s closing costs


  13. Any real estate transfer fees or taxes due will be the sole responsibility of the purchaser


  14. Seller will bring taxes and HOA current through closing


  15. 10% deposit on cash offers (Cashier’s Check)


  16. $1,000 minimum deposit on financed offers (Cashier’s Check)


  17. 60 day MINIMUM escrow period. May be longer if title is not clear. If Seller can close sooner, they will.


  18. Homepath financing is not available on these properties


  19. Properties sold in “AS IS” condition at time of closing


  20. PLEASE USE BUYER’S LEGAL NAME(S), AS SHOWN ON DRIVERS LICENSE


  21. If purchaser is an LLC, must provide stamped articles of incorporation pages along with offer to purchase


  22. Buyer will need to pay for utilities to be activated for inspections, or Selling agent may turn on utilities at Buyer’s expense with permission

  23. Offers are submitted directly to Listing Agent, not on the Fannie Mae HomePath web site


  24. Offers that Do Not meet these Guidelines may be considered incomplete and REJECTED by Seller


  25. Please email complete offer package to [email protected] Subject line to include: OFFER: with full property address. Allow a minimum of 3 business days for a Seller response.

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