Financial Performance

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Financial Performance

In the past five years, Fannie Mae has taken actions to improve our financial performance, build a profitable new book of business, and reduce losses on our legacy book. We are setting responsible standards for the mortgage industry, paying taxpayers through dividend payments to Treasury, helping more than 1 million Americans avoid foreclosure, and supporting the housing and economic recovery. Learn more about our progress by clicking on the links below.

2014

First Quarter

2013

Fourth Quarter
  • Q4 2013 Release
    Fannie Mae reports comprehensive income of $84.8 billion for 2013 and $6.6 billion for fourth quarter 2013
  • Q4 2013 Progress Report (PDF)
    View Fannie Mae's progress through December 31, 2013
  • Q4 2013 Infographic (PDF)
    View a snapshot of our progress through December 31, 2013
Third Quarter
  • Q3 2013 Release
    Fannie Mae reports net income of $8.7 billion and comprehensive income of $8.6 billion for third quarter 2013.
  • Q3 2013 Progress Report (PDF)
    View Fannie Mae's progress through September 30, 2013.
  • Q3 2013 Infographic (PDF)
    View a snapshot of our progress through September 30, 2013.
  • Q3 2013 Progress Video (WMV)
    View a video on our progress from 2009 through September 30, 2013.
Second Quarter
  • Q2 2013 Release
    Fannie Mae reports net income of $10.1 billion and comprehensive income of $10.3 billion for second quarter 2013.
  • Q2 2013 Progress Report (PDF)
    View Fannie Mae's progress through June 30, 2013.
First Quarter
  • Q1 2013 Release
    Fannie Mae reports pre-tax income of $8.1 billion and net income of $58.7 billion for first quarter 2013.
  • Q1 2013 Progress Report (PDF)
    View Fannie Mae's progress through March 31, 2013.

2012

Fourth Quarter
  • Q4 2012 Release
    Fannie Mae reports annual net income of $17.2 billion and $7.6 billion for fourth quarter 2012.
  • Q4 2012 Progress Report (PDF)
    View Fannie Mae's progress through December 31, 2012.
Third Quarter Second Quarter

Allowance 101


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Page last revised: 2/21/14