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FHA recently announced additional resources for condominium approval process for San Jose and rest of the country condos.

All condominium inquiries, telephone and email, must be submitted to the FHA Resource Center at:(800) 225-5342 or by email at: [email protected] The FHA Resource Center will provide responses to general inquiries received from consumers and industry partners.

Before contacting the FHA Resource Center, it is recommended that you use the following resources to search for answer(s) to your question(s).

1.Check to see if your question is already included in the Condo FAQs currently posted on the web.

2.To determine if a project is on the FHA Approved List or to obtain the FHA concentration please visit and input the condominium project name or the Condo ID. It is recommended that only the first few letters be entered to return a complete list. If the project is not listed it will require FHA approval.

3.What is the process for obtaining project approval? For documentation and processing requirements, please refer to ML 2009-46B and ML 2009-46A, which can be found at the following web site.

4.Requests and packages for HRAP processing must be submitted to the jurisdictional Homeownership Center. Directory of FHA’s Homeownership Centers and the States they serve can be found at.

If you are planning to buy a Condominium in San Jose, contact me so that I can guide you in choosing a suitable financing option.

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