November 20, 2014
Representations and Warranties Framework Updates
October 24, 2014
Update on Multifamily Securities Disclosures Enhancements
September 29, 2014
Fannie Mae Releases PoolTalk Enhancements
September 4, 2014
Fannie Mae to Enhance Multifamily Securities Disclosures
July 14, 2014
Fannie Mae Announces PoolTalk Enhancements
Fannie Mae creates MBS that represent beneficial ownership interests in a pool of mortgage loans secured by single-family (1-4 units) residential properties. An individual Single-Family MBS pool may hold mortgage loans that are either fixed-rate or adjustable-rate loans but will not hold both fixed-rate and adjustable-rate loans.
Fannie Mae creates MBS that represent beneficial ownership interests in a pool of mortgage loans secured by multifamily (5 or more units) residential properties. An individual Multifamily MBS pool may hold one or more mortgage loans that are either fixed-rate or adjustable-rate loans but will not hold both fixed-rate and adjustable-rate loans.
Fannie Mae creates multiclass mortgage-backed securities including real estate mortgage investment conduits (REMICs) and stripped mortgage-backed securities (SMBS). REMICs permit an issuer to restructure cash flows on underlying mortgage assets into separately tradable securities. SMBS separate the principal and interest cash flows from underlying mortgage assets to create classes that pay only principal or only interest (known as principal only or interest only classes). Fannie Mae also creates and guarantees a single-class MBS known as a Fannie Mega® security or Mega. Megas are pass-through certificates backed by previously pooled Fannie Mae MBS with similar characteristics and/or other previously pooled Megas with similar characteristics.
Fannie Mae provides a wide range of search tools and resources to help users develop a better understanding of the types of mortgage-backed securities that Fannie Mae issues. These tools can be found on the right side of each web page.
ARM MBS Subtypes allows users access to the characteristics of certain key features of adjustable-rate mortgages backing Fannie Mae MBS.
General Word Search allows users to locate REMIC Prospectus Supplements and SMBS Prospectus Supplements/Preliminary Data Statements by keyword.
MBSenger allows user access to MBS articles published by Fannie Mae that discuss Fannie Mae mortgage products and programs.
Multifamily Securities Locator Service allows users to retrieve pool-level and loan-level information and at-issuance disclosure documents for Multifamily MBS. Users can locate and download information on Multifamily securities, create a portfolio to track specific Multifamily MBS, view reports of loan activity, and choose to receive email updates on changes to pools.
Multifamily Securities Locator Service Glossary (PDF) allows user access to the definitions of the data elements displayed in the Multifamily Securities Locator Service application.
PoolTalk® allows users to retrieve pool-level information on Single-Family MBS, SMBS, and REMIC securities. PoolTalk is the single repository for Fannie Mae MBS data. Available under the New Issues Statistics tab are the New Issues Pool Statistics (NIPS), New Issues Loan and Collateral Statement (NILCS), and Loan Level Disclosures (LLD) files. Under the Monthly Reporting tab are downloadable files for MBS Stats, Fixed-Rate Quartile File, ARM Stats, Geo Stats, Adjustable-Rate Quartile File, Supplemental File, Interest Only Disclosure File, DMBS Stats, and the Actual/360 Fixed-Rate Mega and Actual/360 ARM MBS File.
PoolTalk Glossary (PDF) allows users access to the definitions of the data elements displayed in the PoolTalk application.
Pool Prefix Glossary (PDF) allows users access to the pool prefixes for each individual issue of Fannie Mae MBS or Fannie Megas® securities.
Tax Factors allows users to search for tax information on Fannie Mae MBS, REMIC and SMBS securities.
Some of the disclosure and other documents we provide are available in Portable Document Format (PDF). Adobe Reader® software used to view a PDF is available at www.adobe.com.
Page originally published: 12/21/11
Page last revised: 11/20/14