Duty to Serve
Delivering on our Duty to Serve
In 2019, we exceeded nearly all Duty to Serve goals in manufactured housing, affordable housing preservation, and rural housing. Visit FHFA’s Annual Housing Report to learn more.Explore the report
Affordable housing is at the core of our mission
Having an affordable place to call home is a dream so many share. But the chance to achieve that dream isn't always equal in all markets.
Our Duty to Serve initiative tackles this challenge in three of the country's toughest markets—manufactured housing, rural housing, and the preservation of existing affordable housing.
And it helps the people of modest means Fannie Mae was created to serve—those facing affordability or financing obstacles, and those threatened by the loss of low-cost housing.
An opportunity to serve
Our three-year Duty to Serve Plan is hands-on and personal, but also nationwide.
We're on the ground in Appalachia, the Mississippi Delta, tribal communities, and our border regions. We're addressing workforce housing and persistent poverty. We're helping save affordable rentals and reducing costs through energy and water efficiency. We're engaged with the manufactured housing industry and its communities.
It's an opportunity to partner, to create, to test new solutions, and to improve the housing finance system while we serve the people who need a safe, affordable place to call home.
See how we're advancing housing affordability
- Duty to Serve Overview
- Fannie Mae's Duty to Serve Underserved Markets Plan Introduction
- Manufactured Housing Market Plan – Updated 12/20/19
- Affordable Housing Preservation Market Plan – Updated 12/20/19
- Rural Housing Market Plan – Updated 12/20/19
- FHFA.gov - Duty to Serve
- Duty to Serve FAQs
- Fannie Mae Duty to Serve email box
- Marketing Catalog