The Federal Housing Administration warned in Congressional testimony that a double-dip decline in housing prices may result from even a slight increase in minimum down payments on FHA-backed loans. An excerpt from WSJ:

An increase in down payments to 5%, from the current minimum 3.5%, would limit new FHA-backed loans by 40%, equivalent to 300,000 fewer home sales, according to testimony from FHA Commissioner David Stevens …

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