FHA Multifamily Green Loan

FHA MULTIFAMILY GREEN MIP REDUCTION

As multifamily lenders continue to expand green financing benefits, there is no better time to take advantage of green property investments. Green loan programs give property owners access to better multifamily loan rates and increased funding to finance energy and water improvements.

EcoSystems is experienced in green financing projects with major lenders like FHA/HUD (Federal Housing Administration). Our programs are specifically designed to maximize the impact of federal multifamily rebate incentives and achieve savings that often exceed the reduction targets. Our specialized team helps property owners navigate the implementation of the green loan requirements with our turnkey solutions, resulting in minimal impact on residents.

Lastly, the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) Green MIP (Mortgage Insurance Premium) Reduction. MIPs are one of the most significant expenses that HUD 223(f) borrowers need to factor into their budget–they can get a discounted 0.25% annual MIP, as long as energy-efficient improvements are completed and they meet a required certification score with one of the following programs:

  • Energy Star High Rise or Home
  • NGBS
  • LEED
  • Green Point Rated New Home Multifamily
  • Passive House, Enterprise Green Communities
  • Earthcraft
  • Earth Advantage
  • Living Building Challenge

As multifamily lenders continue to expand green financing benefits, there is no better time to take advantage of green property investments. Green loan programs give property owners access to better multifamily loan rates and increased funding to finance energy and water improvements.

EcoSystems is experienced in green financing projects with major lenders like Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. Our programs are specifically designed to maximize the impact of federal multifamily rebate incentives and achieve savings that often exceed the reduction targets. Our specialized team helps property owners navigate the implementation of the green loan requirements with our turnkey solutions, resulting in minimal impact on residents.

Lastly, the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) Green MIP (Mortgage Insurance Premium) Reduction. MIPs are one of the most significant expenses that HUD 223(f) borrowers need to factor into their budget–they can get a discounted 0.25% annual MIP, as long as energy-efficient improvements are completed and they meet a required certification score with one of the following programs:

  • Energy Star High Rise or Home
  • NGBS
  • LEED
  • Green Point Rated New Home Multifamily
  • Passive House, Enterprise Green Communities
  • Earthcraft
  • Earth Advantage
  • Living Building Challenge