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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 13. Housing
Agency 10. Virginia Housing Development Authority

Chapter 40. Rules and Regulations for Single Family Mortgage Loans to Persons and Families of Low and Moderate IncomeRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 15
Section 20
Origination and servicing of mortgage loans
Section 30
Eligible persons and citizenship
Section 40
Compliance with certain requirements of the tax code
Section 50
Eligible borrowers
Section 60
Eligible dwellings
Section 70
Targeted areas
Section 80
Sales price limits
Section 90
Net worth
Section 100
Maximum gross income
Section 110
Calculation of maximum loan amount
Section 120
Mortgage insurance requirements
Section 130
Section 140
Loan assumptions
Section 150
Loan term and owner occupancy
Section 160
Loan lock-in and fees
Section 170
Loan decision
Section 180
Buy-down mortgage loans
Section 190
Property guidelines
Section 200
Section 210
Condominium requirements
Section 220
Subordinate financing program
Section 230
Mortgage loan programs funded by taxable bonds
Section 240
Down payment and closing cost assistance grants
Section 250
Government-sponsored enterprises programs
Section 260
FHA, VA, or Rural Development streamline refinance program
Section 270
Real estate owned condo program
Section 280
Reduced rate financing
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