A 15-year fixed-rate conventional mortgage is a mortgage loan charging an interest rate that remains the same throughout the 15-year term of the loan. These loans meet the guidelines and rules set by the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA).

July 15, 2019 – The short answer is that most of them do. There is only one FHA refinance loan that has no FHA-required credit check, and most typical FHA forward mortgages for purchasing a new property will require one. Credit scores and credit history are important factors for home loan approval.

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