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Natural Disaster Risk at Center of New FHFA RFI

As FHFA notes, natural disasters could result in increased delinquency rates, default rates, credit losses, credit-related expenses, and loan loss frequency and severity.” The FHFA will accept feedback for its RFI through April 19.

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Fannie Mae Upgrades Predictions for 2021 Housing Market, Economy

Many factors have contributed to Fannie Mae’s updated prediction for end-of-year and 2021 growth. Stronger-than-expected data coming in, positive vaccine developments, and increased talks of additional stimulus have helped keep the economy moving ahead. Originally forecasted at negative 2.5%, full-year ...

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FHFA Announces Milestone Toward Ending Conservatorships

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) released a final rule to the Federal Register for publication today that establishes a new regulatory capital framework for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, also known as the Enterprises. The final rule makes changes ...

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Fannie Mae: Property Preservation Strategies Amid COVID-19

Speaking at this week’s virtual 2020 National Property Preservation Conference, Jacob Williamson, VP for Single-Family Collateral Risk Management at Fannie Mae, offered insight into how the housing finance company has managed property preservation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.     When COVID-19 shelter-in-place protocols were introduced this year, vendors and servicers maintaining properties faced major challenges.   “We've observed ...

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