Home Improvement Mortgages -- Community Home Improvement Loan (CHIML) To help Detroit home buyers looking to purchase and renovate a home, Fannie Mae will offer the Community Home Improvement Mortgage Loan (CHIML).
What does CHIML stand for?
CHIML stands for Community Home Improvement Mortgage Loan (Housing and Urban Development)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education
- Centre for Information Mining and Extraction
- China, India and the Middle East (geographic region)
- Churches Initiative in Music Education
- College of Healthcare Information Management Executives
- Community Help in Music Education (Washington, DC)
- China, India, the Middle East and Africa (trade)
- Collective Home Interface Made on Existing Networks in Europe (ESPRIT Project 6196)
- California/Honduran Institute for Medical and Educational Support (California)
- Computer Human Interaction for Management of Information Technology (symposium; Tufts University; Medford, MA)
- Center for Human Intelligence and Moral Purpose (Seattle, WA)
- Changes in Mandatory Programs
- CHIMP Hierarchical Modeling Program
- Chimpanzee Health Improvement, Maintenance, and Protection Act of 2000
- Conceptual and Historical Issues in Modern Physics (Australia)
- Corrective Measure Implementation Plan (quality control)
- Creation of Holidays for the International Monkey Population (humor)
- Centre for Health Information Management Research
- Coalition for Health Insurance Market Reform (Michigan)
- CI/HUMINT (Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence) Management System (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fannie Mae's Home Improvement Mortgage Loan (HIML) and Community Home Improvement Mortgage Loan (CHIML) allow up to 70 percent of the "as completed" value of the home to go toward rehabilitation and improvements.
Preserving Existing Housing Stock * Rehabilitation Mortgages: Fannie Mae will work with local lenders on Long Island to offer a variety of rehabilitation mortgage loan products, including the Community Home Improvement Mortgage Loan (CHIML), which is available to low- and moderate-income buyers in Nassau and Suffolk counties earning up to $86,450 (130 percent of the area median income).