The Federal Housing Administration is working to revamp its loan quality review program so that lenders will gain confidence in originating more single-family loans backed by the agency, officials said Wednesday.

Major FHA lenders such as JPMorgan Chase have come under scrutiny by the Department of Justice and others for allegedly conducting faulty underwriting of legacy FHA loans. JPMorgan paid $614 million to settle the dispute.

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