File this in the category of Stuff You Should Know.
The website at FHA.com is not run by the FHA (Federal Housing Administration) or by HUD (Housing and Urban Development) or by any other governmental agency.
It’s run by a (presumably for-profit) group that collects information from users including their social security number, credit information, income & debt information, employment, etc. FHA.com then “shares” that information with “third party affiliates”.
In other words, they’re not going to give you a loan and they’re not the FHA. It’s likely they’re going to sell your information to a loan originator, who will then pester you about mortgages.
FHA.com does disclose this information.. . . .
We are not the FHA. They insure the FHA loans that our lenders assist people in getting. If you need to contact the FHA directly, you can do so at:
US Department of Housing and Urban Development
451 7th Street, S.W.
Washington, DC 20410
. . . ..but this disclosure is buried pretty far down in their page structure. Nice how they don’t list a phone number or website link. I will. You can reach the FHA by telephone at (800) CALL-FHA or (800) 225-5342, or online at fha.GOV