Affordable Housing Preservation
Leading the way in affordable housing preservation
To fulfill our mission of affordable housing, we are working with our stakeholders and partners to drive positive change. Together, we’re investing in affordable, sustainable homeownership and rental options. We’re also supporting efficiency, resiliency, and rehabilitation to preserve and improve the availability of affordable housing across the country.
We’re making affordability sustainable
Our work helps more families find affordable homes — and stay in them longer. Our Single-Family and Multifamily teams collaborate with industry stakeholders to innovate solutions for today’s market.
What’s new in affordable housing
An analysis of six strategies to stabilize neighborhoods
This report examines policy interventions used to stabilize or revitalize housing markets in low- and middle-income neighborhoods.Read the Report
MH Advantage® and a new approach to affordable homeownership
Learn how the Housing Land Trust of Sonoma County is piloting a new model that leverages MH Advantage qualifying homes to tackle housing affordability in disaster recovery and high-cost areas.Read the White Paper
Single-family affordable housing
We’re working to increase liquidity for shared equity programs
Models like community land trusts and restricted resale properties preserve affordability and encourage homeownership.
Our financing makes property improvements possible
We offer financing options for energy and water efficiency and the rehabilitation of distressed single-family properties.
Multifamily affordable housing
We leverage affordable housing preservation programs on every level
We pursue preservation strategies and purchase loans under federal, state, and local housing programs.
Workforce housing is a mainstay of our efforts
We’re building on our long-standing support for workforce housing initiatives.
* Except as otherwise indicated, totals reflect Q1 – Q3 2020. Fannie Mae’s 2020 results have not been validated by FHFA. After validation, they may differ from the results reported.
Affordable housing preservation in Austin
The power of innovative financing partnerships