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posted: May. 11, 2013 @ 11:37p
The conventional loan has higher requirements as far as the condition of the house? (Just trying to clarify.) In my experience FHA had greater requirements. Maybe, the particular bank's conditions is the difference?
posted: May. 11, 2013 @ 11:40p
Or are you more concerned over the financial aspect? Again, no means an expert here. But, I think tbe bank will also require more down over the FHA loan. In the long term, the lower interest rate will save you money, of course.
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