Partnerships

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

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American Bankers Association (ABA)

Fannie Mae partnered 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 smoothes the way for ABA bankers new to the secondary market.


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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UNIQUE OFFERINGS
If you are an ICBA member institution that conducts business in the secondary mortgage market directly with us, you can take advantage of these special offerings.

  • Reduced licensing and loan submission fees on Fannie Mae's state-of-the-art automated underwriting technology, Desktop Underwriter®, which makes it easier for you to qualify loans for sale in the secondary market.
  • Access to newsletters, announcements, and free recorded and live Web seminars that cover changes in the industry and keep you up-to-date.

National Association of Federal Credit Unions

An alliance between Fannie Mae and the National Association of Federal 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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BENEFITS
NAFCU members also reap the following benefits as a result of their participation:

  • Reduced licensing and loan submission fees on Fannie Mae's state-of-the-art automated underwriting technology, Desktop Underwriter®, which makes it easier for you to quality loans for sale in the secondary market.
  • Access to newsletters, announcements, and free recorded and live Web seminars that cover changes in the industry and keep you up-to-date.