Thank you for your interest in our FHA Loan Handbook. The licensing information below explains how you can share this resource with your website visitors, readers or subscribers.
At a Glance: You are free to download our e-book for your own personal use. You can save it to your computer and/or print it out for future reference. We just ask that you refrain from offering the handbook through your own website, for the practical reasons stated below.
Basic usage guidelines:
- You may download our handbook for your own individual use.
- You may not redistribute the book in any manner.
- You are free to link to this website however you wish.
- The author of this book retains all copyrights.
- Have questions? Email us at email@example.com.
Link to the Book, So Your Readers Can Access the Latest Version
We encourage you to share this e-book with your readers. But there is a right and wrong way to go about it. The best way to share it is by linking directly to our website. That's because we update the book several times a year to reflect new rules, requirements and trends from the world of FHA lending.
If you download a "static" copy of the handbook and offer it to your website visitors, they will not benefit from having the latest version. In short, your copy will quickly become outdated and therefore less useful to your readers. To avoid this, we recommend that you link to the home page of our website, as a way of sharing the book with your audience.
You may link to our website however you wish. Here is some sample HTML code you can use.
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