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FHA Loan & WC
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Big Grin 

Hello all, Glad to have found this forum. I am from Ohio. I found this site from an old forum post from several years ago regarding the issue I am having now; trying to get a FHA home loan while receiving TTD. I have been on WC for over a year, with no end likely in sight. Every road seems to be a dead end with the lender wanting a guaranteed 3 year benefit letter, and they won’t accept anything from my doctor. I highly doubt my caseworker will write a letter with a three year anything on it, and I am just not sure what else to do. I own my house; have equity, the mortgage amount is small. I just need this one little piece of info. I really can’t handle the stress of moving, but if I can’t get this mortgage I may have to. Any ideas?
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#2

Temporary Disability is a difficult period for which to provide stable income. Have you applied for SSDI?

https://mymortgageinsider.com/qualify-mo...ty-income/

Maybe Fannie Mae home ready plan might have easier requirements....

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THANKS FOR POSTING.
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#3

1171, I have not yet applied for long term disability. My husband and I were just discussing it though, and the year mark has flown by and my condition is getting worse in many aspects. I will be having that conversation with my doctor in the next few weeks at my next appointment, about permanent disability. I am so tired of the WC loop; and it’s not them, it’s the employer and their attorneys for sure. In my case I’m up against the State and the AG’s office as their counsel. Fun times. ? But I don’t want them to win!
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#4

I think you should contact a lawyer and he will help you.
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#5

Temporary disability is a difficult period in which family incomes are very unstable. It is not surprising that banks require more specific evidence of your solvency. I think you can find a solution to your question if you contact Mortgage Advice Liverpool. He helped my husband and me when I was working unofficially to get a mortgage with very favorable conditions. I think he can help you too, especially if you can confirm your current solvency. Good luck to you!
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