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AllRegs Makes FHA Handbooks Available for No Charge for Limited Time
Oct 31, 2011

In response to the announcement by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) of its online handbooks being unavailable, AllRegs is making its online FHA Handbooks immediately accessible to the industry at no charge for a limited time. All FHA Handbooks and archival copies of FHA Guides, including linked Mortgagee Letters, are available through this offer from AllRegs. Additionally, full search capabilities, topic outline, alphabetical index and other tools are being made available to respond to this industry challenge. AllRegs is committed to keeping the industry moving during challenging times. Register now and get immediate free access. “We are excited to offer the mortgage industry free access to FHA Handbooks while its site is unavailable,” said Dan Thoms, executive vice president of AllRegs. “It is one of the ways we help companies maintain business continuity and grow by providing knowledge and solutions to their everyday challenges.” FHA Handbooks are a part of AllRegs’ flagship product, the Single-Family Lending Standard Package, a comprehensive online database consisting of thousands of pages of government and conventional single-family lending guidelines and forms. Accurately maintained and easily accessible with a variety of easy-to-use features, users are assured of fast, reliable answers as well as the right forms when they need them.
Oct 31, 2011
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