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News & Updates
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Program Bulletin #2017-02 Updates to Resubordination Process For All CalHFA Subordinate Loans
Program Bulletin #2017-01 CalHFA Streamlines Lender Application and Lender Recertification
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Lenders receive a 1% Service Release Premium in addition to the origination fee on all CalHFA first mortgages!
CalHFA Lender Manual & Program Bulletins
CalHFA's Lender Program Manual is directed to mortgage professionals, such as lenders, loan officers, underwriters, brokers, escrow officers and servicers. It is intended as a guide for originating loans for purchase by CalHFA. The Manual is periodically amended and/or updated by Program Bulletins. Lender Program Manual (pdf)
The current version of the Program Manual was revised 11/2016. Please refer to the subsequent Program Bulletins for the most current information.
CalHFA Program Bulletins are addendums to the Lender Program Manual and important communication tools to our lending partners. These bulletins are provided in Adobe PDF format and require Adobe Reader to open and view them.
|#2017-02||Updates to Resubordination Process For All CalHFA Subordinate Loans|
|#2017-01||CalHFA Streamlines Lender Application and Lender Recertification|
Updates and changes will be announced from time to time via a Program Bulletin ("Program Bulletin" or "Program Bulletins") and Lenders should sign up for Enews announcements and monitor CalHFA’s website for specific Program Bulletin updates and changes to the Program Manual.
Whenever possible, CalHFA will provide its Lenders a five (5) business day notice via a CalHFA Program Bulletin or Enews announcement regarding program and policy changes.
Some exceptions may apply to the notification policy, such as daily interest rate announcements and changes directed by other state (e.g. State Treasurer’s Office), federal (e.g. GSEs, FHA) or private (e.g. Master Servicer and Mortgage Insurance provider) partners who have not allowed sufficient time for a 5-day notification.