Access Fannie Mae’s servicing requirements using the links below or go to AllRegs.com.
Fannie Mae requirements, procedures, and documents for servicing mortgage loans from the time the mortgage loan becomes delinquent or default is deemed to be reasonably foreseeable (imminent) through the default management process. Provides tools and resources for servicers to use for: early intervention with the borrower, workout options to avoid foreclosure proceedings, and if necessary, managing default-related legal services.
This update contains changes related to STAR, short sale hazard loss proceed remittances, pledge of servicing rights, publication placement costs, Hawaii foreclosure fees, HAMP expanded “pay for performance” incentive notice requirements, servicing of Florida acquired properties, early delinquency counseling, and bankruptcy cramdowns.
Information on the 2016 general and high-cost area loan limits and updated resources are available on the Loan Limits web page.
What does it mean to service eNotes for Fannie Mae? Learn more about how this process can benefit servicers, sub-servicers, and lenders.
The Fannie Mae Servicer Total Achievement and Rewards (STAR) Program supports the industry by establishing a transparent and formal framework to recognize our servicing partners for their competency, capacity, and overall performance.