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On September 7, 2012, HUD published a final rule that revised the regulations governing the insurance of healthcare facilities under section 232 of the National Housing Act (Section 232). HUD's Section 232 program insures mortgage loans to facilitate the construction, substantial rehabilitation, purchase, and refinancing of nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, board and care homes, and assisted-living facilities. The amendments made by the September 7, 2012, final rule updated the Section 232 regulations to reflect current policy and practices, improve accountability and strengthen risk management in the program. The final rule provided an applicability date of April 9, 2013, for certain of the updated requirements. This final rule amendment changes the applicability date to July 12, 2013, for the purpose of allowing more time to transition to the new requirements.
In 2010 through 2011, HUD commenced and completed the process of revising regulations applicable to, and closing documents used in, FHA insurance of multifamily rental projects, to reflect current policy and practices in the multifamily mortgage market. This final rule results from a similar process that was initiated in 2011 for revising and updating the regulations governing, and the transactional documents used in, the program for insurance of healthcare facilities under section 232 of the National Housing Act (Section 232 program). HUD's Section 232 program insures mortgage loans to facilitate the construction, substantial rehabilitation, purchase, and refinancing of nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, board and care homes, and assisted-living facilities. This rule revises the Section 232 program regulations to reflect current policy and practices, and improve accountability and strengthen risk management in the Section 232 program.
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§ 1702 - Administrative provisions
§ 1702a - Repealed. June 28, 1955, ch. 189,
§ 1703 - Insurance of financial institutions
§ 1704 - Repealed. Apr. 3, 1936, ch. 165,
§ 1705 - Allocation of funds
§ 1706 - Repealed. Aug. 2, 1954, ch. 649, title VIII,
§ 1706a - Repealed. June 3, 1939, ch. 175,
§ 1706b - Taxation of real property held by Secretary
§ 1706c - Insurance of mortgages
§ 1706d - Applicability
§ 1706e - Repealed.
§ 1706f - Prohibition against kickbacks and unearned fees
§ 1707 - Definitions
§ 1708 - Federal Housing Administration operations
§ 1709 - Insurance of mortgages
12 USC § 1709–1 - Repealed.
12 USC § 1709–1a - State constitutional and legal limits upon interest chargeable on loans, mortgages, or other interim financing arrangements; applicability; covered arrangements
12 USC § 1709–2 - Equity skimming; penalty; persons liable; one dwelling exemption
§ 1709a - Determination of loan-to-value ratios
§ 1709b - Repealed.
§ 1710 - Payment of insurance
§ 1711 - General Surplus and Participating Reserve Accounts
§ 1712 - Investment of funds
§ 1712a - Indexing of FHA multifamily housing loan limits
§ 1713 - Rental housing insurance
§ 1714 - Taxation
§ 1715 - Statistical and economic surveys
§ 1715a - Repealed. June 3, 1939, ch. 175,
§ 1715b - Rules and regulations
§ 1715c - Labor standards
§ 1715d - Insurance of mortgages on property in Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, and Virgin Islands
§ 1715e - Cooperative housing insurance
§ 1715f - Process of applications and issuance of commitments
§ 1715g - Insurance of mortgage where mortgagor is not occupant of property
§ 1715h - Repealed.
§ 1715i - Repealed.
§ 1715j - Repealed.
§ 1715k - Rehabilitation and neighborhood conservation housing insurance
12 USC § -
§ 1715m - Repealed.
§ 1715n - Miscellaneous mortgage insurance
§ 1715p - Insurance of advances under open-end mortgages; payment of charges; eligibility and conditions
§ 1715q - Delivery of statement of appraisal or estimates to home buyers
§ 1715r - Requirement of builder’s cost certification; definitions
§ 1715s - Treatment of mortgages covering tax credit projects
§ 1715t - Voluntary termination of insurance
§ 1715u - Authority to assist mortgagors in default
§ 1715v - Insurance of mortgages for housing for elderly persons
§ 1715w - Mortgage insurance for nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, and board and care homes
§ 1715x - Experimental housing insurance
§ 1715y - Mortgage insurance for condominiums
§ 1715z - Homeownership or membership in cooperative association for lower income families
12 USC § 1715z–1 - Rental and cooperative housing for lower income families
12 USC § 1715z–1a - Assistance for troubled multifamily housing projects
12 USC § 1715z–1b - Tenant participation in multifamily housing projects
12 USC § 1715z–1c - Regulation of rents in insured projects
12 USC § 1715z–2 - Repealed.
12 USC § 1715z–3 - Special Risk Insurance Fund
12 USC § 1715z–4 - Modifications in terms of mortgages covering multifamily projects; requests for extensions to cure defaults or for modification of mortgage terms; regulations
12 USC § 1715z–4a - Double damages remedy for unauthorized use of multifamily housing project assets and income
12 USC § 1715z–5 - Purchase of fee simple title from lessors
12 USC § 1715z–6 - Supplemental loans for multifamily projects
12 USC § 1715z–7 - Mortgage insurance for hospitals
12 USC § 1715z–8 - Mortgage assistance payments for middle-income families
12 USC § 1715z–9 - Co-insurance of eligible mortgage, advance, or loan
12 USC § 1715z–10 - Repealed.
12 USC § 1715z–11 - Sale to cooperatives of multifamily housing projects acquired by Secretary; acceptance of purchase money mortgage for sale or insurance of mortgage; principal amount of mortgage; expenditures for repairs, etc., prior to sale
12 USC § 1715z–11a - Disposition of HUD-owned properties
12 USC § 1715z–12 - Single-family mortgage insurance on Hawaiian home lands
12 USC § 1715z–13 - Single family mortgage insurance on Indian reservations
12 USC § 1715z–13a - Loan guarantees for Indian housing
12 USC § 1715z–13b - Loan guarantees for Native Hawaiian housing
12 USC § 1715z–14 - Risk-sharing demonstration
12 USC § 1715z–15 - Limitation on prepayment of mortgages on multifamily rental housing
12 USC § 1715z–16 - Adjustable rate single family mortgages
12 USC § 1715z–17 - Shared appreciation mortgages for single family housing
12 USC § 1715z–18 - Shared appreciation mortgages for multifamily housing
12 USC § 1715z–19 - Equity skimming penalty
12 USC § 1715z–20 - Insurance of home equity conversion mortgages for elderly homeowners
12 USC § 1715z–21 - Delegation of insuring authority to direct endorsement mortgagees
§ 3535 - Administrative provisions
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 24 CFR 200 after this date.
This proposed rule would streamline the inspection and home warranty requirements for FHA single-family mortgage insurance. First, HUD proposes to remove the regulations for the FHA Inspector Roster (Roster). The Roster is a list of inspectors approved by FHA as eligible to determine if the construction quality of a one- to four-unit property is acceptable as security for an FHA-insured loan. HUD's regulations currently require the use of an inspector from the Roster as a condition for FHA mortgage insurance where the local jurisdiction does not perform necessary inspections. HUD's proposal to remove the Roster regulations is based on the recognition of the sufficiency and quality of inspections carried out by certified inspectors and other qualified individuals. Second, this proposed rule would also remove the regulations requiring 10-year protection plans in order to qualify for high loan-to-value (LTV), FHA-insured mortgages as a condition of closing for newly constructed single-family homes. The Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008 (HERA) removed the statutory requirement for a warranty plan and other special requirements for high LTV mortgages. HUD, however, is retaining the requirement that the Warranty of Completion of Construction (form HUD-92544) be executed by the builder and the buyer of a new construction home, as a condition for FHA mortgage insurance.
In 2010 through 2011, HUD commenced and completed the process of revising regulations applicable to, and closing documents used in, FHA insurance of multifamily rental projects, to reflect current policy and practices in the multifamily mortgage market. The multifamily rental project regulations and closing documents had not been updated in more than 20 years. Through this proposed rule, HUD commences a similar process for its regulations governing insurance of healthcare facilities under section 232 of the National Housing Act, and the closing documents used in such transactions. HUD's Section 232 program insures mortgage loans to facilitate the construction, substantial rehabilitation, purchase, and refinancing of nursing homes, intermediate care facilities, board and care homes, and assisted-living facilities. This rule proposes amendments to update HUD's Section 232 regulations, to reflect current policy and practices, and to improve accountability and strengthen risk management.
Multifamily Accelerated Processing (MAP) is a processing system introduced in 2000 as a pilot program to facilitate the accelerated processing of loan applications for FHA multifamily mortgage insurance, which generally involve the refinance, purchase, new construction, or rehabilitation of multifamily properties. These transactions are costly, complicated, and time-consuming to process. Prior to MAP, HUD field offices were encouraged to develop and test individual fast-track processing systems for use by qualified FHA-approved lenders that were experienced in processing loan applications for multifamily mortgages. The intent was to considerably reduce the processing time of applications. These test procedures included providing qualified lenders with the option of preparing FHA forms and undertaking preliminary underwriting for certain types of loan applications. Fast-track processing procedures developed by individual HUD offices that facilitated processing applications without sacrificing quality or increasing risk were consolidated into a national test of fast-track style processing of multifamily mortgage insurance applications under the name “MAP.” MAP has been administered to date through direct instructions to FHA-approved lenders under a MAP Guide. Given its experience to date with MAP, HUD believes the MAP accelerated processing procedures have been successful. To ensure the continued quality and efficiency of MAP procedures, HUD is codifying in regulations key provisions of MAP and introducing new provisions to strengthen MAP, to assure the integrity and competency of FHA-approved lenders as directed by the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act of 2009.