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Fannie Mae Announces Plans to Re-Engage in Credit Risk Transfer in 2021
Fannie Mae announced its intention to enter into new credit risk transfer (CRT) transactions in the fourth quarter of 2021.
Fannie Mae Enhances Multifamily Disclosures with Additional Data Attributes
In November we will release enhancements to DUS Disclose® to expand and improve the available disclosure information on our multifamily securities.
MBS Disclosure Enhancement Reminder: Special Eligibility Program
To support market analysis, Fannie Mae will release a one-time file that provides the Special Eligibility Program attribute for all loans in pools issued since January 1, 2015.
Fannie Mae Updates Temporary Origination Policies in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic
Today, Fannie Mae updated its Lender Letter LL-2021-03, Impact of COVID-19 on Originations, communicating changes to its single-family sellers.
Fannie Mae Introduces New Underwriting Innovations to Responsibly Expand Access to Mortgage Credit
Today, Fannie Mae announced the company will launch a new feature in its automated underwriting system to incorporate consumers’ rent payments in the mortgage credit evaluation process.
Fannie Mae Benchmark CPR™ Commentary – September 2021
The 30-Year Benchmark CPR3 for the Fannie Mae cohort increased 5.6% to 19.0 CPR. The 15-Year Benchmark CPR3 for the Fannie Mae cohort also increased this month to 17.5 CPR, an increase of 8.0%.
Dynamic Risk Management Enables Flexible Response
Fannie Mae's commitment to improving its risk management capabilities enabled our rapid deployment of prudent risk flexibilities to support the originations market as the pandemic and its impact unfolded.
Celebrating 30 years of the Fannie Mae DUS Program
Thirty 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 Mortgage-Backed Securities (DUS MBS). DUS MBS offer Fannie Mae’s guaranty of timely payment of principal and interest, lower spread volatility relative to many comparable products, liquidity enhanced by the large number of dealers engaged in market making, stable cash flows that are easy to model, and superior call protection.
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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