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April 11, 2024

Fannie Mae Prices $628 Million Connecticut Avenue Securities (CAS) REMIC Deal
Fannie Mae priced Connecticut Avenue Securities® (CAS) Series 2024-R03, an approximately $628 million note offering that represents Fannie Mae's third CAS REMIC® transaction of the year.


April 9, 2024

Fannie Mae Announces Sale of Non-Performing Loans
Fannie Mae announced its latest sale of non-performing loans as part of the company's ongoing effort to reduce the size of its retained mortgage portfolio.


April 4, 2024

Fannie Mae Executes Two Credit Insurance Risk Transfer Transactions on $22.0 Billion of Single-Family Loans
Fannie Mae announced today that it has executed two new Credit Insurance Risk Transfer™ (CIRT™) transactions.


March 26, 2024

Fannie Mae Announces Winner of Twenty-Third Community Impact Pool of Non-Performing Loans
Fannie Mae announced the winning bidder for its twenty-third Community Impact Pool (CIP) of non-performing loans.


March 25, 2024

Fannie Mae Updating Single-Family MBS Disclosures for Refinitiv Index Name Change
Single-Family Adjustable-Rate Mortgage (ARM) MBS Subtypes have been updated to reflect the new name.

Commentaries & Publications

Fannie Mae Benchmark CPR® Bulletin – March 2024
The Benchmark CPR® Bulletin displays charts and trends from our Benchmark CPR dashboard on Data Dynamics, which has been refreshed with February 2024 data.


Mission in Focus
While supporting mortgage lenders and investors, we are also focused on addressing housing challenges that consumers face – including those that disproportionately burden lower- and moderate-income borrowers and renters.


Fannie Mae Publishes Working Paper on Low Balance Lending Economics
Fannie Mae's Economics and Strategic Research and Single-Family Capital Markets teams published a working paper introducing a new methodology that estimates and decomposes lender revenue for Fannie Mae guaranteed loans.


A Look Back: 10 Years of Credit Risk Transfer
Thanks to the dedication and support from our investor, reinsurer, and broker-dealer partners, together we've built a broad and liquid market for U.S. mortgage credit.


Celebrating Over 30 years of the Fannie Mae DUS Program
Nearly 35 years ago, in 1988, Fannie Mae began purchasing multifamily loans through its DUS program and holding these loans in portfolio. In August 1994, the company began securitizing DUS loans and created DUS MBS. Alongside Fannie Mae’s guaranty of timely payment of principal and interest, DUS MBS offer lower-spread volatility relative to many comparable products, stable cash flows that are easy to model, superior call protection, and liquidity enhanced by the large number of dealers engaged in market making.

Fannie Mae has been under Federal Housing Finance Agency conservatorship since Sept. 6, 2008.

We also have entered into a senior preferred stock purchase agreement with the U.S. Department of the Treasury pursuant to which Treasury has committed to provide funding to us under specified circumstances.

More information regarding the conservatorship and our agreement with Treasury is provided in our most recent Form 10-K, and may be supplemented by information in any subsequent Form 10-Qs, which are available under "SEC Filings."

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