FHA home loans were getting cheaper until Trump suspended a rate cut. Now, what comes next?

(RECAP: An hour after Donald Trump took the oath of office last month, his administration caught the attention of the real estate industry when it abruptly suspended a planned cut in Federal Housing Administration mortgage-insurance premiums. The Department of Housing and Urban Development cited the need for further analysis to protect taxpayers in halting the policy that would have saved FHA-borrowers as much as $1,000 or more a year.)