A $9.8 billion federal housing program is being overhauled as part of President Donald Trump’s agenda.
The FHA program was originally designed to help low-income families and their children get the homes they need.
Under the program, homeowners get the loans they can afford to buy homes, but then they also get to keep any down payments.
Now, the federal government is considering expanding that program to include condominium rentals.
The change will allow homeowners to buy a condo without having to qualify for a mortgage and without having their down payments and other monthly expenses counted against their monthly payments.
The FHA is not designed to be a financial lifeline for people who are struggling, but it has been used by some people who need housing to save money and to have a place to live.
The president is calling on Congress to make the change.
The FHFA program helps low- and moderate-income people buy homes that are affordable for them.
But the program has been under scrutiny by housing experts.
Some experts say it’s too easy to get the program wrong and that the FHSA is not a good fit for the real estate market.
They also say the FHO, or Financial Hardship Occupational Health Insurance Program, does not cover mortgage insurance or other costs associated with buying a home.
Many Americans do not have mortgages.
The average mortgage for a family of four is $220,000.
A recent analysis by the Urban Institute found that one in four families did not have a mortgage in the first place.
“We need to make sure that FHA and HUD have the resources to make it work, and that’s a pretty basic request,” said John Rizzo, a senior research associate with the Urban Forum, a think tank.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson, in an interview with The Associated Press, said that while the program would be expanded, it would not be made more complicated or costly.
The department would work with the Federal Housing Finance Agency to make this happen, Carson said.
“We have to do it the right way.”
Carson also said he expects Congress to take action to address the FHIH.
“I think the administration is going to have to look at this and we’ll have to make some decisions on that,” Carson said during an appearance on MSNBC.
“But I’m confident that if we have Congress doing this and the administration does it, it’s going to be great for the country.”
The FHO was designed to provide financial assistance to low- to moderate- income people who want to buy new homes.
The program was created in the 1970s by President Lyndon Johnson.
It is used by millions of Americans every year to help pay down their mortgages.
Critics say it does not help low and moderate income people buy the homes that they need, and it does nothing to help them avoid rising prices.