90-6-604. Additional terms of program. (1) The maximum amount of a loan made by the board pursuant to this part is 95% of the value of the statewide allowable purchase price determined by the board pursuant to 90-6-605.
(2) The board shall require as a condition for a loan that an eligible veteran participate in a first-time home buyer education program approved by the board.
(3) A loan made by the board must be secured by a government guaranty pursuant to rules adopted by the board unless the board determines pursuant to 90-6-605(2) to allow the use of conventional mortgage insurance requirements and coverage.
(4) An eligible veteran shall participate in a loan by contributing a minimum amount of $2,500 unless the board determines otherwise pursuant to 90-6-605(2).
(5) There is no limit on the maximum amount of income that may be earned by an eligible veteran for the purposes of a loan pursuant to this part.
(6) In order to allow small financial institutions to participate equitably in the program along with large financial institutions, the board shall adopt rules pursuant to 90-6-605 to specify the maximum amount of mortgage loans that may be made by any one participating financial institution.
(7) The legislative auditor must be allowed access to all documentation used for the purpose of the program.
(8) A report describing at least the operation and use of the program must be made by the board to the legislature as provided in 5-11-210. The report may be combined with other reports by the board or the department of commerce to the legislature.
History: En. Sec. 4, Ch. 349, L. 2011.