Partnerships are designed to increase homeownership among those underserved by the housing industry.

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American Bankers Association (ABA)

Fannie Mae partners with the American Bankers Association (ABA) to help their members expand the appeal of their mortgage product offerings and services to reach even more customers.

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An attractive menu of mortgage options was identified by ABA members as meeting the secondary mortgage market needs of community banks of all asset sizes. Integral to the partnership is industry-leading automated underwriting technology to help reduce origination costs across the board. The partnership's dedicated training support smooths the way for ABA bankers new to the secondary market.

Capital Markets Cooperative

Capital Markets Cooperative (CMC), a leading provider of cooperative, secondary marketing and funding solutions, leverages its members' collective annual production for better loan sale execution, investor price incentives and vendor cost savings. CMC's strategic relationship with Fannie Mae benefits our Fannie Mae approved lenders by providing a unique set of benefits that keep our Patron members connected with the industry.

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Community Mortgage Lenders of America (CMLA)

The Community Mortgage Lenders of America is the only Association solely dedicated to timely, effective representation of community based mortgage lenders, including mortgage companies and community banks that provide home financing to local communities. The CMLA strategic relationship with Fannie Mae delivers value to our members, which are exclusively small and mid-size mortgage companies and community banks.

Benefits include:

  • member-only quarterly calls with key Fannie Mae executives,
  • multiple discounts on training fees and
  • direct access to CMLA's Fannie Mae liaison.

More information on these benefits may be accessed on CMLA's website.

Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA)

Isn't it time to partner with Fannie Mae and take advantage of business solutions that can assist you and your borrowers?

We're here to help lenders protect homeowners and keep affordable mortgage credit flowing to families who need it most. And with the ICBA/Fannie Mae strategic alliance, you'll have access to special offerings and be better positioned to face the challenges of today and tomorrow.

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Lenders One Mortgage Cooperative

The inclusion of Fannie Mae on the Lenders One Capital Markets platform provides Lenders One Members access to a broader and more efficient set of mortgage products and services for their borrowers.

Lenders One works to provide secondary marketing solutions for a wide variety of independent mortgage bankers nationwide, allowing Lenders One Members to offer a broad range of mortgage solutions for borrowers in their communities. Note: In order to take advantage of these benefits, you must be an approved Fannie Mae lender and a Lenders One Member.

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Mortgage Bankers Association

Through a strategic partnership with Fannie Mae, members of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) can receive a series of benefits, including:

  • Reduced seller/servicer application fees.
  • Access to Fannie Mae's Selling Guide Support Team (SGST) for up to one year for MBA members who are in the seller/servicer approval process.

Additionally, this partnership includes various enhanced education and training offerings, such as live webinars.

Information about the above benefits and more can be found at MBA's web site.

National Association of Federally Insured Credit Unions

An alliance between Fannie Mae and the National Association of Federally Insured Credit Unions (NAFCU) can help NAFCU members expand the appeal of the mortgage products and services they currently offer their customers. The alliance between Fannie Mae and NAFCU provides cost savings to participating NAFCU members and includes a variety of additional benefits to member credit unions engaged in mortgage lending. Note: In order to take advantage of these benefits, you must be an approved Fannie Mae lender and a NAFCU member.

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