Servicing Guide

Published November 10, 2020

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How should the servicer verify an acceptable payment record for borrowers impacted by a disaster when reviewing the borrower’s request for MI termination based on current or original value?

When verifying an acceptable payment history for a borrower that was impacted by a disaster event in which the servicer provided either disaster relief, forbearance, a repayment plan, or a Trial Period Plan and the borrower complied with the terms of such plan, the servicer must not consider any payment that is 30 or more days past due in the last 12 months, or 60 or more days past due in the last 24 months and attributable to the disaster event. This applies when reviewing the borrower's request for termination of conventional MI based on either original or current value of the property. 

For more information see Servicing Guide B-8.1-04, Termination of Conventional Mortgage Insurance

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