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FHA on Powerlines October 20, 2006

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“Do FHA regulations allow the issuance of insured mortgages for homes when transmission power lines are so close to homes that, even in theory, the supporting polls could fall on the house?

a.  No. FHA regulations prohibit the issuance of insured mortgages for houses very close to transmission power lines.”

http://www.powerlinefacts.com/FAQ.htm

 

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