Search Results

All Results

Sort by date / Sort by relevance
Results 1 - 10 of about 27 for . Search took 0.03 seconds.
Call 800-2-FANNIE
We have a new number, same great service! Just call 800-2FANNIE (800-232-6643) to reach us. This new, simplified system has replaced multiple phone numbers. The quick reference guide provides details.
Updates to Loan Origination Company
Certain states now require loan origination companies to register with NMLS. Refer to the updated Loan Origination FAQs for updated delivery information.
Stay on Track with Loan Delivery CheckPoint
The New Loan Delivery CheckPoint provides important implementation tips and key milestones to help keep you on track as you prepare to adopt the new application.
Loan Delivery Releases: Nov. 21 and Jan. 2017
On Nov. 21, credit eligibility edits will move upfront plus existing edit severity changes. In January 2017, old Loan Delivery will be retired plus additional enhancements to help you do business with us.
Lender Letter 2015-03
This Lender Letter discusses Fannie Mae's post-purchase loan file review process and the shift in focus to increasing lender certainty through defect prevention, remedies, and alternative to repurchase. Also, the National Underwriting Center has been renamed as the Loan Quality Center.
UCD Mandate Announced
The UCD file must be submitted for all loans delivered to the GSEs with a Note Date on or after Sept. 25, 2017.
Loan Delivery Release Notes for ULDD Phase 2 Mandate
As of June 27, 2016, the Uniform Loan Delivery Dataset (ULDD) Phase 2 edits will switch from Warning to Fatal severity; new Warning edits will also be introduced.
New Loan Delivery Application coming December 1
Effective Dec. 1, 2015, a new Loan Delivery application will be released with enhanced functionality to make it easier to deliver loan data.
Lender Letter 2014-08
Information on the 2015 general and high-cost area conforming loan limits, and resources including the updated Loan Limit Lookup Table, are available on the Loan Limits web page.
Tip Sheet: Lenders Using Bank NY Mellon
A new tip sheet provides guidance for lenders when working with Fannie Mae's designated document custodian, Bank of NY Mellon.
 [ 1 ]   2   3   Next
Refine Search