Case Number Assignment Results Page
Field Descriptions

The field descriptions for the Case Number Assignment Results page are listed below in the order they appear on the page under their section headings: General Information, As Required, Property Address, Compliance Inspection Fields, Borrower Information, and Lender Notes. Additional CAIVRS Claim/Default Data or Refinance Authorization sections may be displayed, depending on the information entered.

Field Description
Message (Success, Error, or Warning)Notification to the user that processing was successful, unsuccessful, or successful with a warning. If there is an error, a corresponding Error(s) Detected field appears in the Details section near the bottom of the page.
General Information
Case Number Assigned on Date the mortgage was assigned an FHA case number.
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Date Placed on Hold
Date the case was placed on hold for further processing. Note: The Date Placed on Hold field is only displayed when viewing the case via Holds Tracking.
FHA Case Number Unique 10-digit identifier assigned to the mortgage by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). The first two positions identify the state in which the property is located, the third position identifies the HUD Field Office territory in which the property is located, the next six positions identify the serial number, and the final position is the check digit. (Note: This field is not displayed if the case number request is placed on hold and has not been processed by the HOC -- Holds Tracking).
Field OfficeHUD field office territory in which the property is located.
Lender Case RefIdentifier assigned to the case by the lender, such as a loan number.
Is this a Sponsored Originator Case? Indicator specifying whether the mortgage originator is a mortgage banker or broker was established as a sponsored originator by an FHA-approved lender.
Originator ID Ten-digit FHA ID of the FHA-approved lender that originated the mortgage or FHA-approved lender (principal) that designated another FHA-approved lender to serve as its agent in originating the mortgage. The lender's name, city, state, zip code and Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) ID appear below the Originator ID.
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Sponsored Originator EIN Nine-digit Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the mortgage banker or broker that originated the mortgage and was established as a sponsored originator by an FHA-approved lender. The name and NMLS ID of the mortgage banker or broker appear below the Sponsored Originator EIN.
Sponsor/Agent ID FHA's unique 10-digit identifier for the FHA-approved lender acting as a sponsor or agent for the mortgage originator. The lender's name, city, state, zip code and NMLS ID appear below the Sponsor/Agent ID.
Loan Officer Name Name of the loan officer for the mortgage originator, including First Name, MI (middle initial), Last Name, and Suffix (Jr, II, etc.).
Loan Officer NMLS Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) identifier of the loan officer for the mortgage originator.
Case TypeFHA classification of the case, including:
Regular HUD: Case is processed by HUD and, except for a streamline refinance, requires an appraisal and issuance of a Conditional Commitment or Rejection Notice. (Obsolete)
Irregular HUD: Primarily, a case processed in part by lender or HUD's Real Estate Owned (REO) Branch. The property has already been appraised (except for a 203k or REO case). A Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) classified as an Irregular HUD case type is processed entirely by HUD. Used for REO, military, and HECM properties. (Obsolete)
HUD VA/CRV: Case has a Certificate of Reasonable Value and an appraisal by an FHA-approved appraiser. It has been underwritten by the Department of Veterans Affairs. (Obsolete)
DE VA/CRV: Direct endorsement case processed by the lender and having a Certificate of Reasonable Value. The Department of Veterans Affairs has done the appraisal review and mortgage credit analysis is to be done by the lender.
Regular DE: Direct endorsement case primarily processed by the lender. Lender performs all or part of the property appraisal, if required, and the borrower evaluation.
Construction CodeBuilding status, including:
Proposed Construction: Property where no concrete or permanent material has been placed. (Digging of footing is not considered permanent.)
Substantial Rehabilitation: Property is being repaired and mortgage is being insured under Section 203(k).
Under Construction: Construction period from the first placement of permanent material to 100 percent completion with no Certificate of Occupancy or equivalent.
Existing Construction: Construction is 100% complete and building can be occupied. Note: Used for an existing building more than one year old.
New Construction (Less than 1 Year): Property that is 100 percent complete and was completed less than one year from the date of the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy or equivalent. The property was never occupied.
Processing TypeAdditional classification of a case, including:
HECM: Home Equity Conversion Mortgage; FHA insurance on a reverse mortgage for elderly home owners. Note: Applicable to cases assigned an FHA case number on or after September 30, 2013.
HECM Standard: Home Equity Conversion Mortgage; reverse mortgage enabling elderly home owners to convert equity in their homes to monthly income or lines of credit. Note: Applicable to cases assigned an FHA case number on or before September 28, 2013 and with a closing date on or before December 31, 2013.
HECM Saver: Home Equity Conversion Mortgage; the upfront mortgage insurance premium and the amount of funds (principal limit) available to the borrower are less than the standard HECM. Note: Applicable to cases assigned an FHA case number on or before September 28, 2013 and with a closing date on or before December 31, 2013.
Real Estate Owned (REO) w/ Appraisal: HUD-owned property for which the lender is performing an appraisal. HUD REO property is the result of paying a claim to a lending institution and the lender transferring ownership of the property to HUD. Typically, an REO property was formerly owned by the lender because the borrower defaulted on the mortgage. Either HUD or a direct endorsement underwriter performs the mortgage credit analysis. Also referred to as Property Disposition (PD).
Real Estate Owned (REO) w/o Appraisal: HUD-owned property for which the lender is not performing an appraisal. Note: Applicable to REO cases assigned a case number before March 14, 2016. (Obsolete)
Coinsurance Conversion: Case is changing from the Coinsurance program to regular processing. (This classification is obsolete and is only used for an existing case.) (Obsolete)
Coinsurance Endorsements: HUD and the originator or investment lender share the loan risk. (This classification is obsolete and is only used for an existing case.) (Obsolete)
Military Sales: Property technically belongs to the U.S. Department of Defense and is being sold with FHA-insured financing. (Obsolete)
Financing Type Mortgage financing classification for an Irregular HUD case type, including:
Private: Lending institution such as a mortgage company, commercial bank, or savings and loan.
GNMA: Government National Mortgage Association or Ginnie Mae.
FNMA: Federal National Mortgage Association or Fannie Mae.
(Obsolete)
Is this a HUD Approved Secondary Residence? Specifies whether the property is a dwelling the borrower occupies less than a majority of the calendar year, in addition to the borrower's principal residence, and is not a vacation home. Notes: For cases assigned a case number on or after September 14, 2015, secondary residences are permitted, but only with written approval from the jurisdictional HUD Homeownership Center (HOC). Once approved, the status is changed to Approved.
ADP CodeAutomated data processing code related to the section of the National Housing Act under which mortgage insurance is being requested.
Living UnitsNumber of separate dwellings. For example, a two-family house has 2 living units.
Program IDFHA's two-character identifier for the mortgage insurance program under which the application is being made.
Loan TermPeriod of time in months from the beginning of loan amortization until maturity.

ADP Code Characteristics
Amortization TypeType of loan amortization, including:
Fixed: Amount of the payment and the interest rate remain fixed for the life of the loan.
Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM): Interest rate changes over the life of the loan relative to changes in the index rate. Also called Adjustable Mortgage Loan (AML) or Variable Rate Mortgage (VRM).
Graduated Payment Mortgage (GPM): Payments are low for the first few years, gradually increase for a few years, and then remain fixed.
Growing Equity Mortgage (GEM): Scheduled increases in payments, with the additional amount being used to reduce the principal.
Housing ProgramType of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Single Family Housing program, including:
FHA Standard Mortgage Program (203b): Basic FHA mortgage insurance for one- to four-family housing.
Condominium (203b): FHA mortgage insurance for a unit in a condominium building (which must contain at least four dwelling units).
Improvements (203k): FHA mortgage insurance for a loan that covers both the acquisition and rehabilitation of a home.
Home Equity Mortgage (255): FHA insurance on a reverse mortgage for a home (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage or HECM). Note: Applicable to cases assigned an FHA case number on or after September 30, 2013.
Home Equity Mortgage (255) - Standard: FHA insurance on a reverse mortgage for a home (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage or HECM). Note: Applicable to cases assigned an FHA case number on or before September 28, 2013 and with a closing date on or before December 31, 2013.
Home Equity Mortgage (255) - Saver: FHA insurance on a reverse mortgage for a home (Home Equity Conversion Mortgage or HECM). The upfront mortgage insurance premium and the amount of funds (principal limit) available to the borrower are less than the standard HECM. Note: Applicable to cases assigned an FHA case number on or before September 28, 2013 and with a closing date on or before December 31, 2013.

Urban Renewal (220): FHA mortgage insurance for new or rehabilitated housing located in a designated urban renewal area or area with concentrated programs of code enforcement and neighborhood development.

HOPE for Homeowners (257): FHA mortgage insurance for a distressed loan being refinanced under the HOPE for Homeowners program (obsolete for endorsements after 09/30/2011).
Other: Less common FHA Single Family Housing program (e.g., 235(r) Homeownership Assistance/Refinance or 240 Fee Title Purchases).
Property Type Indicator specifying whether the property is a condominium unit.
Special ProgramType of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Single Family Housing special program, including:
No Special Program: A special housing program is not applicable.
Indian Lands: FHA mortgage insurance for property located on Native American trust land or otherwise restricted land (property eligible for insurance pursuant to Section 248 of the National Housing Act).
Hawaiian Homelands: FHA mortgage insurance for property located within Hawaiian homelands (property eligible for insurance pursuant to Section 247 of the National Housing Act).
Military Impact Area: FHA mortgage insurance for property located in a military impacted area designated by the Secretary of Defense (property eligible for insurance pursuant to Section 238(c) of the National Housing Act). (Obsolete)

223(e) Location Waiver: FHA mortgage insurance for property in an older, declining urban area where there is a need for affordable housing (property eligible for insurance pursuant to Section 223(e) of the National Housing Act).

BuydownIndicator specifying whether there is an interest buydown sales incentive to reduce the amount of the borrower's payments during the early years of the loan.
Principal Write-down For a refinance case, this is an indicator specifying whether there was a reduction in the amount owed on the original first lien mortgage as a result of the refinance.
Not a principal write-down: Amount owed on the original first lien mortgage was not reduced.
>=10% of first existing lien - Short Refi: Conventional refinance case (prior mortgage was not FHA insured) where the amount owed on the original first lien mortgage was reduced by 10 percent or more and the case is being processed under the guidelines of Mortgagee Letter 2010-23, FHA Refinance of Borrowers in Negative Equity Positions.
Principal write-down - not Short Refi: Any type of refinance case (forward mortgage) where the amount owed on the original first lien mortgage was reduced as a result of the refinance.
This is a [...] case.

Case designation, such as Purchase or Prior FHA Refinance, etc.

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As Required

FHA to FHA Refinance Type
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All Refinances: Select streamline refinance type (obsolete)

Classification of an FHA-to-FHA refinance case.
Not Streamline - N/A: Prior mortgage was FHA-insured and the new mortgage is not a streamline (or simple) refinance case (i.e, rate and term refinance).
Streamline (w/o Appraisal): No cash-out refinance of an existing FHA-insured mortgage requiring limited borrower credit documentation and underwriting. Mortgage proceeds are limited to the purpose of extinguishing the existing debt and costs associated with the transaction. For a credit qualifying refinance, the lender performs a credit and capacity analysis of the borrower, but no appraisal is required. For a non-credit qualifying streamline refinance, the lender is not required to perform a credit or capacity analysis or obtain an appraisal.
Simple (w/ Appraisal): No cash-out refinance of an existing FHA-insured mortgage. Mortgage proceeds are limited to the purpose of extinguishing the existing debt and costs associated with the transaction. An appraisal is required.
The following options are obsolete, but may appear for older cases:
Not Streamlined: Prior mortgage on property was not FHA-insured or cash is taken out of the new mortgage; conventional refinance case requiring an appraisal.
w/o Appraisal: New mortgage amount is limited to the unpaid principal balance of the prior mortgage less upfront MIP credit from the old case, or plus upfront MIP for the new case if it is to be financed in the mortgage. Closing costs are not added to the new mortgage amount and are either paid in cash or through a higher premium rate.
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Investment property being refinanced without an appraisal and the closing costs are not included in the mortgage.
Appraisal Required: Closing costs are included in the new mortgage amount and an appraisal is required for underwriting purposes.
All Refinances: Is this a Cash-out Refinance Indicator specifying whether this is a cash-out refinance mortgage. The borrower received cash out from the value of the home as a result of refinancing the mortgage.

Prior FHA and prior REO cases: Enter case number of previous case

FHA case number for the prior FHA-insured mortgage or FHA case number for the property that was formerly Real Estate Owned.
203k Consultant ID FHA ID and name of the 203k consultant assigned.

203k Type

Indicator specifying the type of 203(k) Rehabilitation Mortgage.
Limited: Mortgage used for minor remodeling and non-structural repairs. The total rehabilitation cost cannot exceed $35,000 (there is no minimum) and the use of a 203(k) consultant is optional.
Standard: Mortgage used for remodeling and repair. A minimum repair cost of $5,000 and the use of a 203(k) consultant are required.
PUD/Condo IndicatorPlanned unit development (PUD), condominium, or subdivision indicator.
N/A: Not a planned unit development, condominium, or subdivision.
PUD: Planned unit development having a combination of diverse land uses in one contained development or subdivision; development requiring home owner's association dues.
Condominium: Property is legally defined as a condominium; ownership of a unit in multifamily building based on a legal description of the airspace the unit occupies, plus an undivided interest in the ownership of the common elements that are owned jointly with other condominium unit owners.
Subdivision: Tract of land divided into blocks, building lots, and streets according to a recorded subdivision plat that complies with local ordinances and regulations. Note: No longer required to be approved by the FHA.
PUD/Condo IDFHA's identifier for the planned unit development (PUD) or condominium project.
SubmissionPlanned unit development (PUD) or condominium project submission number. Each submission number identifies a distinct set of units HUD has on record for the PUD or condominium project. Formerly referred to as a Phase of the project.
Site CondoIndicator specifying a special characteristic of the condominium unit:
N/A: Not applicable.
Site Condo: Condominium unit is a single family detached dwelling (without a shared garage or other attached building).
Spot Lot: "Spot loan" approval process used for obtaining FHA mortgage insurance for a unit in a condominium project that was not previously approved by the FHA (per Mortgagee Letter 96-41). This option cannot be selected for cases assigned an FHA case number on or after February 1, 2010 (per Mortgagee Letter 2009-46A).
NameName of the PUD or condominium. Note: This field only appears if the case has been processed as a PUD or condominium.
Month/Year CompletedDate the existing construction (building) was completed. For cases with a Construction Code of Proposed Construction or Under Construction assigned an FHA case number after April 11, 2015, this is the year of the Effective Date of the Appraisal or the year after the Effective Date of the Appraisal, if an appraisal was logged. If an appraisal was not logged, this is the year the case number was assigned or one year after case number assignment.
VA CRV Expire DateMonth, day, and year the Certificate of Reasonable Value issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs expires.
VA CRV NumberDepartment of Veterans Affairs identifier for the Certificate of Reasonable Value.
HECM Counseling Certificate Number Nine-digit identifier issued for the Certificate of HECM Counseling, form HUD-92902 through the FHA Connection.
HECM Counsel DateMonth, day, and year (mm/dd/yy) HECM counseling was completed for the borrower (homeowner).
Prior Loan Servicer NameName of the servicer of the borrower's prior FHA-insured Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) for the property. Note: This field is only displayed for a HECM refinance case.
Prior Loan BalanceUnpaid balance of the borrower's prior FHA-insured HECM for the property. Note: This field is only displayed for a HECM refinance case.
Projected Closing DateEstimated closing date for the new mortgage (for a refinance case with a prior FHA-insured mortgage). Note: Refinance credit (refi netting amount) is calculated based on this date.
Contact NameLender contact name for a Refinance case with a prior FHA-insured mortgage.
Contact Phone Lender contact phone number for a Refinance case with a prior FHA-insured mortgage.
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Property Address
Hse NoHouse number of the property.
UnitDesignation for a specific dwelling located at the property, such as a condominium apartment number.
PreStreet direction preceding the street name. Example: NW Greenlake Drive.
Street NameName or number of the street on which the property is located. Examples: Elm or 42.
TypeStreet classification such as Blvd, Dr, or Pkwy.
PostStreet direction following the street name. Example: Greenlake Drive NW.
LotIdentifier for the property's lot.
Blk/PlatBlk: Three-character identifier for the property's block.
Plat: Two-character identifier for the property's plat.
City City in which the property is located.
StState in which the property is located.
Zip CodeU.S. Postal Service Zonal Improvement Plan (ZIP) code for the geographic location of the property.
CountySystem-generated number for the county in which the property is located.
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Compliance Inspection Fields
Assignment Choice Type of inspector.
Roster: Inspector that meets FHA Inspector Roster requirements. Note: This is the only valid selection after October 12, 2004.
Lender Select: Fee inspector approved by the FHA.
Mortgagee: Staff inspector; inspector employed by lender and approved by the FHA.
Inspector IDID and name of the FHA-approved inspector assigned.
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Borrower Information
Borrower Name Name of the mortgagor.
Individual: Last name, first name, and middle initial.
Nonprofit: Name of the HUD/FHA-approved nonprofit agency provided by the system.
Government Entity: Name of the government entity in this format: Government, Entity.
Married to NBS [Borrower] Indicator specifying whether the borrower is married to a non-borrowing spouse (NBS) for a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM). This is a spouse, as defined by the state in which the spouse and borrower reside or state of celebration, who is not a borrower (mortgagor) at the time of loan closing.
No: Not married to a non-borrowing spouse.
Eligible Spouse: Married to a non-borrowing spouse that meets the eligibility requirements for deferring the due and payable status of the HECM because of the death of the last surviving mortgagor or other event established by Mortgagee Letters 2014-07and 2015-02.
Ineligible Spouse: Married to a non-borrowing spouse that does not meet the eligibility requirements.
[Borrower ID]Borrower's identification.
Forward mortgage:
SSN: Social Security Number of the individual.
NP TIN: Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the HUD/FHA-approved nonprofit agency.
GE TIN: Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the government entity.
Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM):
SSN: Social Security Number of the individual.
Birth Date [Borrower]Borrower's date of birth.
Coborrower Name Name of the co-mortgagor.
Individual: Last name, first name, and middle initial.
Nonprofit: Not applicable; a co-borrower is not permitted.
Government Entity: Name of the government entity in this format: Government, Entity.
Married to NBS [Coborrower] Indicator specifying whether the co-borrower is married to a non-borrowing spouse (NBS) for a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM). This is a spouse, as defined by the state in which the spouse and co-borrower reside or state of celebration, who is not a co-borrower (mortgagor) at the time of loan closing.
No: Not married to a non-borrowing spouse.
Eligible Spouse: Married to a non-borrowing spouse that meets the eligibility requirements for deferring the due and payable status of the HECM because of the death of the last surviving mortgagor or other event established by Mortgagee Letters 2014-07 and 2015-02.
Ineligible Spouse: Married to a non-borrowing spouse that does not meet the eligibility requirements.
[Co-borrower ID] Co-borrower's identification.
Forward mortgage:
SSN: Social Security Number of the individual.
NP TIN: Not applicable to a nonprofit agency; a co-borrower is not permitted.
GE TIN: Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the government entity.
Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM):
SSN: Social Security Number of the individual.
Birth Date [Co-borrower]Co-borrower's date of birth.
Non-borrowing Spouse Last name, first name, and middle initial of a non-borrowing spouse for a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM); spouse, as defined by the state in which the spouse and borrower reside or state of celebration, who is not a borrower (mortgagor) at the time of loan closing.
SSN [Non-borrowing Spouse] Social Security Number of the non-borrowing spouse.
Birth Date [Non-borrowing Spouse] Non-borrowing spouse's date of birth.
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Lender Notes
Lender NotesComments by HUD's Homeownership Center or lender regarding the case status and pending issues.

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CAIVRS Claim/Default Data

Field Description
[Borrower ID] Borrower's identification.
Forward mortgage:
SSN: Social Security Number of the individual.
NP TIN: Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the HUD/FHA-approved nonprofit agency.
GE TIN: Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) or Employer Identification Number (EIN) of the government entity.
Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM):
SSN: Social Security Number of the individual.
AuthorizationTen-character CAIVRS confirmation code for the inquiry. The first character represents the type of credit issue, if any. See also the field description for Case Type.
A Approved by CAIVRS (no credit issue exists).
B Multiple cases from one or more Federal agencies found in CAIVRS.
C Claim filed.
D Default on loan.
F Foreclosure of loan.
J Judgment filed.
Agency NameNames of the Federal agencies with which credit issues exist.
Case NumberFederal agency's identification for the case with a credit issue.
Case Type Type of credit issue that exists with the corresponding Federal agency.
Claim: Borrower has a claim filed on a loan from the Federal agency listed.
Default: Borrower defaulted on a loan from the Federal agency listed.
Foreclosure: Borrower's loan from the Federal agency listed was foreclosed due to nonpayment.
Judgement: U.S. Department of Justice has filed a judgment against the borrower.
Phone ReferralContact number for the reporting Federal agency.

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Refinance Authorization

Field Description
New Case Projected Closing DateEstimated closing date for the new mortgage (for a refinance case with a prior FHA-insured mortgage). Note: Refinance credit (refi netting amount) is calculated based on this date.
Upfront MIP Factor Factor used to determine the amount of upfront mortgage insurance premium (MIP) for the new mortgage. Note: This field is only displayed for a streamline refinance case.
Annual MIP Factor Factor used to determine the amount of annual MIP for the new mortgage. Note: This field is only displayed for a streamline refinance case.
Pricing LTV The loan-to-value ratio of the prior mortgage used to determine the upfront and annual mortgage insurance premium (MIP) factors for the new FHA-insured mortgage based on loan characteristics. Note: This field is only displayed for a streamline refinance case.
Orig. Borrower NameName of the borrower for the prior FHA-insured mortgage for the same property.
Property Located atHouse number, street name, city, state, and zip code of the property (including unit number, if applicable).
Computed Premium Upfront mortgage insurance premium for the prior FHA-insured mortgage.
Original Mortgage Amount Dollar amount that identifies the principal obligation for the prior FHA-insured mortgage as stated on the borrower's security instrument (such as a mortgage note, or deed of trust) at the time of endorsement.
Original Property Value Appraised value or sales price of the property under the prior FHA-insured mortgage, whichever was used in the original loan-to-value calculation.
Old Term (in months) Number of months required to amortize (repay) the prior FHA-insured mortgage.
Original Endorsement Date Date the prior mortgage was endorsed for FHA insurance.
Original Annual MIP Factor (%) Factor used to determine the amount of annual mortgage insurance premium (MIP) for the prior FHA-insured mortgage.
New Closing MonthProjected closing month for the new mortgage and month following.
First Column: Thirty-day calculation column. Month and year of the closing of the new FHA-insured mortgage, based on the date in Projected Closing Date field.
Second Column: Sixty-day calculation column. Month and year following the Projected Closing Date.
Period of InsuranceNumber of months the prior mortgage was FHA insured, based on the Projected Closing Date.
Refund UFMIP Factor (%)Factor used to calculate the upfront mortgage insurance premium (UFMIP) refinance credit amount, based on the Projected Closing Date.
UFMIP Earned by HUD Dollar amount of upfront mortgage insurance premium (UFMIP) earned by HUD for the prior FHA-insured mortgage, based on the Projected Closing Date.
Unearned UFMIP Dollar amount of upfront mortgage insurance premium (UFMIP) that was not earned by HUD for the prior FHA-insured mortgage. Refinance credit amount, based on the Projected Closing Date.
Unpaid Balance Unpaid principal balance of the prior FHA-insured mortgage.
Authorization No.Unique number indicating approval to refinance the prior FHA-insured mortgage; consists of a five-character authorization number and eight-character date (yyyymmdd).
Expiration DateDate the refinance authorization expires.

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See Also

Case Number Assignment - Business Background

Case Number Assignment - Processing

Case Number Assignment Update - Business Background

Case Number Assignment Update - Processing

Holds Tracking - Business Background

Holds Tracking - Processing

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Last revised: August 29, 2018