What is an Owner-Occupied Property?

Owner-Occupied Property Definition

A property that is occupied by the owner. All single-family homes that are lived in by the family or individual who owns the home are considered owner-occupied properties. Conversely, homes with renters are considered non-owner-occupied. The FHA only supports loans for owner-occupied properties.


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