As the leading source of residential mortgage credit in the U.S. secondary market, Fannie Mae is supporting today's economic recovery and laying the foundation for a better housing finance system.
For information on applying to become a Fannie Mae listing agent, appraiser, repair contractor, eviction attorney, maintenance company, or closing agent/title company, visit our Supplier Registration page.
Whether you're a renter, prospective homebuyer, or a homeowner struggling with your mortgage, KnowYourOptions.com can help. We've made it easy to find the information you need with tips and tools to help you every step of the way.
This tool helps you quickly determine if Fannie Mae owns your loan. If Fannie Mae does, you may be eligible for programs designed to make your mortgage more affordable.
Our Mortgage Help Network was created to help homeowners with Fannie Mae-owned loans. All services offered are free and available in both English and Spanish.
Fannie Mae has partnered with Framework, a leading provider of online homeownership education, to help guide you step-by-step through the complexities of buying and owning a home.