What Are the Benefits of HUD 223(f) Loans?
HUD 223(f) loans offer some of the best terms in the industry for the acquisition and refinancing of multifamily properties. These loans are non-recourse, offer high leverage, and have low interest rates.
How to Get the Lowest Rates and Longest Terms for Multifamily Financing
FHA-insured financing offers some of the industry's longest terms, even up to a maximum of 43 years for HUD 221(d)(4) loans.
What’s the Difference Between HUD and the FHA?
HUD and the FHA were founded separately but have significant overlap. Find out the difference between the two organizations.
Are HUD/FHA Loan Programs Only for Affordable Housing?
It's a common misconception that HUD financing is only for affordable housing. In reality, it's available for all types of market-rate properties.
The Opportunity Zones Program and HUD Multifamily Loans
Opportunity Zones offer a groundbreaking federal tax incentive to encourage development in some of the nation's most distressed areas, where HUD multifamily loans can be ideal for investors.
What Is the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program?
The Rental Assistance Demonstration, or RAD, program is a federal housing program administered by HUD which allows properties with HUD legacy programs to convert to Section 8 housing.
A Close-Up on the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
The LIHTC program helps facilitate the construction and rehabilitation of affordable housing units throughout the U.S.
What’s the Difference Between HUD 223(f) and HUD 221(d)(4) Loans? (Updated Daily)
Find the key differences between HUD's most popular multifamily loans, including interest rates updated each day.