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NewConstructionAnnualIncomeSingle Family Housing Guaranteed Loan ProgramSingle Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program(SFHGLP)December 20201Welcome to the New Construction online training module presented by USDA’s SingleFamily Housing Guaranteed Loan Program.1

2Newly constructed homes may be financed with USDA’s Single Family Housing GuaranteedLoan Program when they meet program requirements. A new dwelling is defined as onethat is less than one year old and has never been occupied. This training module willdiscuss properties that have been built by a builder or developer and sold to a home buyerafter completion. Please refer to the Combination Construction to Permanent onlinetraining module for guidance pertaining to the agency’s single close construction loanprogram.2

New Construction Requirements7 CFR 3555.202(a) and HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 BMust be constructed inaccordance withcertified plans andspecifications.Meet or exceed theInternational EnergyConservation Code(IECC) in effect attime of construction.Lender must retainevidence ofconstruction costs,inspection reports,certifications andwarranties acceptableto Rural Development.Regulation 3555.202(a) states that new construction dwellings must meet thefollowing requirements: be constructed in accordance with certified plans and specifications, and meet or exceed the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) in effect at thetime of construction.In addition, the lender must retain evidence of required construction costs,inspection reports, certifications and warranties that are acceptable to RuralDevelopment.3

Evidence of Plans and Specifications7 CFR 3555.202(a) and HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 BAcceptable evidence of Plans andSpecifications include one of thefollowing:1) Certification form a qualified individualor organization (RD Form 1924-25 isacceptable for this purpose), OR2) Certificate of Occupancy from localjurisdiction, OR3) Building Permit from local jurisdiction The lender’s permanent loan file must contain evidence that the plans and specificationscomply with development standards. Acceptable evidence may be documented with any of the options outlined on this slideand described in the handbook. Form RD 1924-25, “Plan Certification” is an acceptable format to certify theconstruction plans and specifications, however, it is not a required Agency form.4

Evidence of Construction Inspections7 CFR 3555.202(a) and HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 BAcceptable evidence of ConstructionInspections may be documented byone of three options:1) Certification of Occupancy, plus 3construction inspections, and 1-yearbuilder’s warranty.2) 3 construction inspections, including finalinspection and 1-year builder’s warranty.3) Final Inspection and 10-year insuredbuilder’s warranty.Acceptable evidence of construction inspections must be retained by the lender using oneof the options outlined on this slide and described in the Handbook.5

Evidence of Thermal Standards7 CFR 3555.202(a) and HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 B Evidence may include:o Plans and Specso Final Inspection, oro Certificate of Occupancy Builder, qualified architect,or engineer may alsocertify IECC standards.Evidence of thermal standards must also be documented by the lender. Thermal standardsmust meet or exceed the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) in effect at thetime of construction. Please note that the dwelling’s thermal standards are typicallyincluded in the plans and specifications to which the dwelling is built.6

Responsibility - New Construction7 CFR 3555.202(a) and HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 BLENDERResponsible forreview andretention of ible formonitoring thelender’scompliance withprogramrequirements.The lender has the primary responsibility for all loan origination activities includingthe review and retention of required construction documentation as outlined in HB1-3555. However, the Agency has the option to request additional documentationunder appropriate circumstances.7

LEARNING CHECKS7 CFR Part 3555 / HB-1-35558The best way to learn information is to test your knowledge!8

QUESTIONTraining Topic Question will be bulleted with scenario, or Include a statement/questionTRUE/FALSE or other answer options will be displayed9The following question slides will list: The topic, A question or scenario, and potential responses9

ANSWERTraining Topic7 CFR Part 3555 and HB-1-3555 references providedX. Correct Response Additional guidance for clarification providedThe answer slides will list: The topic, the reference to the answer from the regulation and handbook, the correct response, and any additional clarification that may be helpful.10

Ready?LET’S GETSTARTED!11Let’s get started!11

QUESTIONNew ConstructionThe lender obtained the following documentation for a new constructiondwelling. This property is eligible for guarantee.1. 3 construction inspections, including evidence the dwelling has been built toeligible codes and thermal standards.2. One-year builder’s warranty.A. TRUEB. FALSE12Read the question on the slide and select a response.12

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 BA. TRUE Required evidence must meet 3555.202(a) and HB 12.9 B and the lender must retain alldocuments in their permanent loan file.13True. The evidence obtained by the lender must meet the requirements of3555.202 and HB 12.9 B. and be retained in the lender’s permanent loan file.13

QUESTIONNew Construction The Certificate of Occupancy for the subject property is dated May 2019. The purchase contract is dated June 2020. This dwelling is considered new construction.A. TRUEB. FALSE14Read the question on the slide and select a response.14

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 AB. FALSE The dwelling has been completed for over 12 months; therefore, this home is consideredan existing dwelling and must meet HUD Handbook Minimum Property Requirements.15False. The home has been complete for over 12 months and is now considered anexisting dwelling which is not required to meet building codes, inspections, etc fornew construction. Instead, the home must meet HUD Handbook 4000.1 minimumproperty requirements.15

QUESTIONNew Construction A final inspection and a 10-year insured builder warranty are acceptableto document evidence of construction inspections.A. TRUEB. FALSE16Read the question on the slide and select a response.16

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 BA. TRUE A final construction inspection along with an insured 10-year builder’s warranty is sufficientevidence to document the dwelling’s construction inspections.17True. One option available to document construction inspections is the finalinspection and an acceptable insured builder’s warranty.17

QUESTIONNew ConstructionThe following documentation has been obtained in regard to the dwelling’sconstruction. One construction inspection A one-year builder’s warrantyThis dwelling is ineligible for guarantee.A. TRUEB. FALSE18Read the question on the slide and select a response.18

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 BB. FALSE New construction homes without required construction documentation are limited to aloan-to-value of 90%.19False A guarantee may be issued, however, new construction homes that do nothave the required construction and inspection evidence as required by thehandbook are limited to a maximum loan amount of 90% of the appraised valueplus the upfront guarantee fee.19

QUESTIONNew ConstructionWhich of the following may certify plans and specifications for a new dwelling?A. Licensed architectB. Professional engineerC. Local authorized building officialD. All of the above20Read the question on the slide and select a response.20

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 BD. All of the Above Licensed architects, professional engineers, and local authorized buildingofficials are acceptable plan certifiers.21Response D: All of the Above. Each of the individuals listed may certify the plansand specifications. It is the lender’s responsibility to determine that the individualor organization is trained and experienced in the compliance, interpretation orenforcement of the applicable development standards. Please note that Form RD1924-25 may be used to certify plans and specs, however, it is not a required form.21

QUESTIONNew Construction The appraiser certifies that the subject property, completed less than12 months ago, meets HUD Minimum Property Requirements perHUD Handbook 4000.1. This certification is acceptable in lieu of inspection requirements asoutlined in HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 B.A. TRUEB. FALSE22Read the question on the slide and select a response.22

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 BB. FALSE Existing dwellings must meet HUD Handbook minimum property requirements. New construction dwellings must meet the requirements and be documented asoutlined in HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 B.23False. HUD Handbook 4000.1 minimum property requirements are only applicableunder 7 CFR Part 3555 for existing dwellings. New construction dwellings mustmeet the requirements for a newly built home as outlined in the handbook.23

QUESTIONNew ConstructionThe Agency may request construction documentation that is not required to besubmitted under program guidelines in the following situations:A. The Agency is performing a review of a newly approved lender.B. A loss claim request is being reviewed by the Agency.C. The Agency is conducting a periodic lender compliance review.D. All of the above.24Read the question on the slide and select a response.24

ANSWERNew Construction3555.202(a), HB 12.9 BD. All of the Above The Agency does not require the lender to routinely submit documentation not requiredunder program guidelines but may request documents when appropriate.25Response D. All of the above. The lender has the primary responsibility for all loanorigination activities including the review and retention of acceptable constructiondocumentation. The Agency is responsible for reviewing the lender’s compliancewith program requirements. However, the Agency has the option to requestadditional documentation when appropriate.25

Way to Go!LEARNING CHECKCOMPLETED!26Way to go! You have completed the learning checks!26

Lender ToolkitRural Development has developed numerous tools and resources to assist lenderswith originating, processing, and servicing guaranteed loans.27

This training module has provided you with an overview of the key requirementsof New Construction . Complete program requirements and guidance can be found in 7 CFR Part 3555,Subpart E, Section 3555.202 and Chapter 12, Section 3 of HB-1-3555. Be sure to bookmark these references, save yourself valuable time by using CntrlF to quickly search and find answers, and always ensure you are referencing themost current publications. The “Program Overview Training” module will assist you in learning how tonavigate through all the resources and tools Rural Development has created toassist you.

Have a question onPOLICY?Contact the PAC team!Need TRAINING?Contact the LPA team!Have a question on aSPECIFIC FILE?Contact the OPD!29 Users should first look for answers to their questions in the regulation andhandbook, but if you still have a question after reviewing your resources, we’rehere to help. All policy and regulation questions regarding the topic we just covered should besent to our Policy, Analysis, and Communications Branch and If you would like to request additional program training, contact our Lender andPartner Activities Branch.29

The Single Family Housing Guaranteed Lender webpage was specifically designedfor our lending partners and includes information such as: Current turn times on new loan applications Contact information, and Links to program resources such as our 3555 Handbook and the USDA LINCwebsite. Also, don’t forget to sign up for our GovDelivery email notifications. RuralDevelopment sends out origination, GUS, and servicing messages to alert lendersof new publications, clarifications, and additional program updates.

Thank you for supporting the USDA Single Family Housing Guaranteed LoanProgram and America’s rural homebuyers!

www.rd.usda.gov1 (800) 800-670-6553USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.32This will conclude the training module. Thank you and have a great day!32

New construction dwellings must meet the requirements and be documented as outlined in HB-1-3555, Chapter 12.9 B. ANSWER New Construction False. HUD Handbook 4000.1 minimum property requirements are only applicable under 7 CFR Part 3555 for existing dwellings. New construction dwellings must

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