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.
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Carlos Perez, Chief Credit Officer for Single Family, provides an executive summary of key selling policy updates in the August 25 Selling Guide announcement.
The update includes allowing cash back on pair-offs of a mandatory whole loan commitment to all Fannie Mae-approved lenders as a standardized process; update as it pertains to the required documentation for removing recourse from HomeStyle Renovation mortgages; align the requirements for attached PUD units with the existing requirements for detached PUD units; policy changes pertaining to self-employed income policy; and other miscellaneous updates and changes.