The Housing Finance Agency team shown above from left to right: Jessica Wright, Lynn Alley, and Mark Spates. Not shown: Caroline Wessling.
The Fannie Mae Housing Finance Agency team is dedicated to supporting you and your organization's needs in the secondary mortgage market. We are here to ensure you get answers quickly and consistently and to help you identify opportunities to expand our relationship. Part of this effort includes:
We look forward to helping you identify solutions and strategies to address a variety of lending opportunities. If you would like to reach the Fannie Mae Account team simply email: HFA_info@fanniemae.com and one of the Senior Account Managers will respond to you within one business day.
This video series answers popular underwriting questions trending with our Selling Guide Support Team. The videos are quick, focused and arranged by topic to help you refresh your knowledge on common underwriting questions without investing much time.
Register for a live virtual class that emphasizes learner participation. HFI InDepth courses are taught by instructors with a wealth of Fannie Mae and mortgage industry expertise and feature task-based learning scenarios, discussions, and strategies that will enable you to apply your knowledge immediately. Each course costs $250 per person, per course.
Register for a free webinar to hear timely information on policy and requirement updates, as well as best practices for originating, underwriting, QCing, delivering and servicing Fannie Mae loans. HFI Spotlight participants always value their direct interaction with Fannie Mae subject matter experts and program owners during the Q&A portion of the seminar.
Contact your Fannie Mae HFA Account Manager to request a copy of our HFA Preferred product fact sheets.
Spanish speaking consumers represent one of the largest growing segments of the mortgage market. To help you serve this growing market, we’ve created a centralized webpage, Spanish Language Resources for Lenders, providing easy access to Spanish origination resources – all in one place.
The update includes clarifying the requirements for making modifications to single-closing construction-to-permanent loans; update to reflect the changes to the risk factors in DU Version 10.0; policy update on lender self-report obligations related to compliance with laws; clarifying and expanding the options for lenders in calculating student loan payment; adding references to Condominium Project Questionnaires; and other miscellaneous updates and changes.
For a summary of key updates in Selling Announcement SEL-2016-04, read the executive overview provided by Carlos Perez, Chief Credit Officer for Single Family.