Authority: U.S. Federal Criminal Code (18 USC 1030. Fraud and Related Activity with Computers) and HUD Information Technology Security Policy 2400.25.
Access to this information is intended only for individuals or authorized agents who are requesting a premium refund or distributive share payment of a previously owned FHA property and received HUD form 27050-B directly from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development within the past 180 days; and agents with express written consent acting directly on behalf of the qualified property owner.
Privacy Act Statement
The National Housing Act and Section 7(d) of the Department of Housing and Urban Development Act, Section 203, Public Law 89-174; 24 CFR 5.210; 24 CFR 200.1101; 24 CFR 203.35
The mission of HUD's Office of Financial Services - Single Family Insurance Operations Division (SFIOD) is to pay eligible homeowner refunds or distributive share payments. HUD will make every effort to ensure payment owed to homeowners is done in a cost-effective and timely manner.
The information collected by the HUD-27050-B will be used by SFIOD to evaluate and correctly process refunds or distributive share payments. The information will not be disclosed outside HUD without your consent except to verify its accuracy with FHA lenders; to appropriate agencies, entities, and persons when HUD needs to mitigate a breach or incident involving PII; to authorized requesters or third party tracers to locate homeowner refund information; to authorized federal agencies for disbursement of funds or authorized inquiries; and to Federal, State, or local law enforcement agencies for investigation purposes.
All the information requested on the HUD-27050-B is voluntary. Failure to provide information may delay the processing, or result in the rejection, of the individual's application for a refund or distributive share.
SORN ID/URL: https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2016/04/15/2016-08774/implementation-of-the-privacy-act-of-1974-as-amended-system-of-records-notice-amendment-distributive
If your name is found, call 1-800-697-6967 to get your refund. If your name is not found, but you believe that you are owed a refund, call this same toll free number to ask about your status.
For more information about refunds from HUD/FHA, read our fact sheet
Search our database to find out if you are due a refund
- Enter your last name or
- Enter your FHA case number (first 3 digits, a dash and the next 7 digits, example: 051-4567890).
- Enter the city of the property you had FHA-insured (optional)
- Select the state of the property you had FHA-insured (optional)
You do not need to pay another person or firm to assist you in collecting your refund or share payment. If you need help with this form, call our support center at (800) 697-6967
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- to request a refund application, or
- check on the status of your refund, or
- your name does not appear, but you believe that you are owed a refund
E-mail, FAX, Upload or Mail:
In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) National Emergency, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is permitting homeowners to submit all documentation related to their application for a mortgage insurance premium refund to email@example.com
, by faxing it to (301) 572-8079 or by uploading documents through the Premium Refund Application Upload
webpage. These options will eliminate the need to use traditional means such as the U.S. Postal Service and will allow FHA to continue to process homeowner refunds in an effective and safe environment.
Please read FHA Refund Alerts