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Hud Unconditional Guarantee 100% Principal and Interest Witout , Title or Borrower Ss#

Hud Unconditional Guarantee 100% Principal and Interest Witout , Title or Borrower Ss#

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GENERAL 4330.4 ___________________________________________________________________________CHAPTER 1: GENERAL ___________________________________________________________________________1-1 CLAIM TYPES.All claims for single family mortgage insurance benefits must besubmitted on Form HUD-27011, Single Family Application for InsuranceBenefits. There are seven types of single family claims:TYPE # TYPE01 Conveyance - The mortgagee obtains the property throughforeclosure or by deed-in-lieu after mortgage defaultand deeds the property to HUD.02 Assignment - The mortgagee, with HUD approval, assignsa mortgage in default to HUD, and HUD becomes themortgagee.03 Automatic Assignment Under Section 221 (g)(4) -Mortgagees may elect to assign certain mortgages toHUD. These mortgages must not be in default on the20th anniversary and the election to assign must bemade before the 21st anniversary. Upon assignment, HUDbecomes the mortgagee.04 Coinsurance - Certain FHA approved mortgages arecoinsured. The mortgagee acquires a property afterdefault and sells it rather than conveying orassigning. Any loss on the sale is shared by HUD andthe mortgagee on a 90%:10% basis, respectively.05 Supplemental Claims/Remittances - A supplemental claimis the only tool for mailing adjustments after paymentof the initial claim has been made. Such adjustmentsare subject to strict time limitations and are madeonly when additional amounts are owed or due. ___________________________________________________________________________Page 1-19/944330.4 GENERAL ___________________________________________________________________________06 Claims Without Conveyance of Title - The property issold at foreclosure and is not conveyed to HUD.Currently, this claim type is limited to claimsinvolving deficiency judgments.07 Pre-foreclosure Sales - Under certain circumstances the
 
Department may provide relief to a mortgagor where theproperty's fair market value is less than theoutstanding indebtedness. The terms of the sale andthe minimum sales price are pre-authorized by theDepartment. If the sale is successful, a foreclosureis avoided and the mortgagee may file a claim torecover the shortage between the sales proceeds and thetotal indebtedness.Chapter 1 of this Handbook relates to procedures which are applicableto all seven types of claims listed above. The remaining chaptersrelate to specify procedures for each of these claim types.1-2THE APPLICATION (FORM HUD-27011, SINGLE FAMILY APPLICATION FORINSURANCE BENEFITS)A.Form Description. The application form consists of five parts.The parts to be submitted vary depending on the type of claimsubmission. All claim types will require submission of Parts Aand B. The supporting information required for each claim typewill vary as will the time frame requirements. The specificrequirements for each claim type are provided in detail in aseparate chapter for each claim type.1.Part A, Initial Application. Provides the initial casedata. Part A is the first part of the claim prepared andcontains information relating to the mortgage, property,property condition, mortgagee, payment history and theforeclosure or assignment process.2.Part B, Fiscal Data. Contains fiscal data consisting ofallowable expenses and accrued interest. It providessummary information relating to receipts and disbursementsby the mortgagee which affect the amount of the insuranceclaim. With the exception of conveyances, Part B issubmitted with Part A for all claim submissions. Thesupporting documents (Parts C, D and E) are all preparedprior to completing Part B.3.Part C - Support Document. Contains itemized informationrelating to disbursements for the protection andpreservation of the property. ___________________________________________________________________________9/94Page 1-2GENERAL 4330.4 ___________________________________________________________________________4.Part D - Support Document (Continuation 1). Containsitemized information relating to such items as taxes, hazardinsurance premiums, MIP, foreclosure costs, etc.5.Part E - Support Document (Continuation 2). Containsitemized information relating to closing costs and amounts
 
due from and to the buyer at closing. It is used forcoinsurance claims, claims without conveyance of title(CWCOT), Pre-Foreclosure Sales claims (PFS), and forclaiming certain (e.g., appraisal and deficiency judgment)costs where appropriate on conveyance claims.B.Where to Obtain Forms. Form HUD-27011 may be obtained from thelocal HUD office, or if not available, copies of the forms inAppendix 1 may be used. A computer generated form or facsimilemay be used only if it is substantially identical to the HUD formin size and format. Any forms submitted that do not comply withthe HUD format or that are illegible or incomplete will bereturned.C.Where to Submit Forms. To ensure good and timely receipt of theclaim, submit the claim as follows:1.The original (not copy) of the HUD-27011 Parts A and/or Bwith required attachments should be mailed to:U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Officeof Mortgage Insurance Accounting and Servicing SingleFamily Mortgage Insurance Claims Branch P. O. Box 23998Washington, D.C. 20036-3998* If courier/express mail or registered or certified mail isused, send the claim with required attachments to:U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development SingleFamily Mortgage Insurance Claims Branch SystemsManagement and Control Section, Room 6137451 Seventh St., S.W.Washington, D.C. 20410A completed copy of a transmittal form (Appendix 25) shouldaccompany all Forms HUD-27011 sent by courier/express mail.NOTE: See Par. 7-8 regarding a supplemental claim with apayment to HUD.* ___________________________________________________________________________Page 1-39/944330.4 GENERAL ___________________________________________________________________________2.Copies of Parts A and B and the originals of Parts C, D andE, together with required attachments should be sent to thelocal HUD office having jurisdiction over the mortgagedproperty. These must be forwarded to the local HUD officeon the same date that the original Part A and Part B aresent to Washington requesting payment. Mailing addressesfor local HUD offices can be obtained from correspondencereceived from such office or by consulting local telephonedirectories. Include the FHA Case Number on allcorrespondence and documents sent to HUD. Detailed

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