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I am ready to payoff my house but I have this Partial Claim

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from HUD/FHA. My mortgager had...
I am ready to payoff my house but I have this Partial Claim from HUD/FHA. My mortgager had a very difficult time finding the paperwork on the Partial Claim and were absolutely clueless on how all this would play out other than the Partial Claim becomes due after HUD receives notice. No lien is filed against the house and no one is able to answer my question of how to pay this Partial Claim. I cannot afford to pay it all at once but would like to simply make payments to HUD/FHA directly since no one seems to know anything about this Partial Claim. In the 20 Nov 2003 document from HUD that I found posted on the internet under repayment terms, "No monthly or periodic payments are required , however, mortgagors may voluntarily submit partial payments;" The document goes on to to say "Voluntary payments or prepayments should be delivered via a cashier's check ......." So I can make payments? What does this mean and is this 2003 Mortgagee Letter 2003-19 still current??
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NOVAD is the company that still deals with HUD payoffs, so you are going to have to get a supervisor at NOVAD and make a full payoff arrangement with them. That is the only way to get rid of the partial claim.
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Thank you - so confusing but now I understand why refinancing is pushed.
Real Estate Lawyer: Law Educator, Esq., Lawyer replied 1 year ago
Thank you for your reply.
It is confusing, but to get rid of the partial claim, you just need to get HUD paid off completely and it will be removed. The sooner you can pay them off the better.
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