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FHA Connection Guide

 

The FHA Connection Guide training modules offer detailed, illustrated information on using FHA Connection Single Family FHA loan processing-related functions and HUD lender resources.

You can view online, save, and/or print each training module in the list below (see About PDF format).

 

For Users:

FHA Connection Registration Procedures   
Signing on/off the FHA Connection  
Using the FHA Connection  updated (1312 bytes)

FHA Connection Training Resources    

For Administrators:

User Administration   
Service Bureau Administration  
 
Case Processing Overview    
Case Number Assignment  
Holds Tracking   
Logging an Appraisal  updated (1312 bytes)
203k Calculator  
HECM Financial Assessment  updated (1312 bytes)  
Endorsing a Case    
Endorsing a HECM Case  updated (1312 bytes) 
Case Processing Support Functions 
FHA Approval Lists  
Underwriter Registry  
Origination Reports 
Upfront Premium Payments and Refunds  
Single Family Servicing Overview  
Filing a Claim for Insurance Benefits  updated (1312 bytes)
Claim Status
Title Approval Status
Claim Remittances  updated (1312 bytes)
Delinquent Loans
Lender Query by Case Number
Case Detail for Monthly Premiums  
Monthly Premium Payments and Refunds  
Monthly Premium Reports  
Mortgage Record Changes   
Mortgage Calculator
Mortgage Servicing Data Quality System
 
Neighborhood Watch
 
Lender Electronic Assessment Portal (LEAP)  
Lender Insurance History
 
FHA Mortgagee Letters  
Lenders Page
Mortgagee Starter Kit
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