Fannie Mae's 2012 Progress Report drills down into the progress our company made by paying taxpayers, improving the housing finance system, and making a difference in people's lives. For example:
Fannie Mae's 2011 Mission Report illustrates the company's efforts to provide liquidity to the housing market, help struggling homeowners, and create a sustainable housing finance system for the future. For instance, in 2011 Fannie Mae:
These and other examples of our work in 2011 and since we entered conservatorship in 2009 are detailed in the report.
Fannie Mae's 2010 Mission Report describes the company's efforts to provide liquidity, stability, and affordability to the nation's mortgage finance market. Some of the highlights of the report include our efforts to help:
“Helping Housing Recover: A Report on Fannie Mae's Mission Performance” describes the company's efforts in 2009 to provide liquidity, stability, and affordability to the nation's housing finance system. The report cites $823.6 billion in funding the company provided to help keep the single-family and multifamily mortgage markets operating. The report also notes that the company enabled 1.7 million low- and moderate-income families to obtain affordable housing in 2009, and helped more than 160,000 struggling borrowers with Fannie Mae-owned loans keep their homes through loan modification or other loan assistance.