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Fannie Mae announces the publication of new and revised Fannie Mae Multifamily Mortgage Business 6000 Series Form Loan Documents (the “Loan Documents”), principally relating to master lease structures, phased properties, seniors housing properties, and tax credit properties.

Fannie Mae announces new SPE/Separateness and Cash Management requirements for certain Pre-Review Mortgage Loans of $100 million or more and 70% LTV or greater, together with associated new Fannie Mae Multifamily Mortgage Business 6000 Series Form Loan Documents for easy implementation.

Effective March 1, 2017, Fannie Mae is revising the remittance process for Multifamily Actual/360 MBS Mortgage Loans and Muni Mae Mortgage Loans, requiring:

  • all principal and interest remittances to be drafted under the Automated Drafting System; and
  • the submission by February 10, 2017 of a new Form 1055 – Multifamily Authorization for Automatic Transfer of Funds, from Servicers who service Mortgage Loans with branch numbers XXXXX-400-X through XXXXX-479-X.

To facilitate Lenders’ ability to deliver and store electronic documents, Lenders may use electronic signatures on:

  • All documents between Lender and Borrower, other than Loan Documents, and
  • All items to be delivered in Folder II of the Mortgage Loan Delivery Package pursuant to Part IVA, Section 502.02 of the Multifamily Selling and Servicing Guide (Guide). Electronic signatures must comply with applicable federal and state law.

As part of Fannie Mae’s commitment to more fully leverage delegation under the DUS® program and expedite the underwriting and closing processes, we are pleased to announce the following updates to our loan documents. We are also updating our counsel designation request forms to expedite processing for interest rate hedge transactions.

Fannie Mae is revising Schedule 2 of the Loan Agreement– Summary of Loan Terms for adjustable rate loans to clarify that an adjustment factor may be applied in determining a new replacement index for LIBOR.

Effective June 14, 2019, Fannie Mae will update the Modifications to Multifamily Loan and Security Agreement (Green Mortgage Loan) (Form 6241), required for all Green Mortgage Loans.

Fannie Mae is announcing updates to the loan documents and a new set of Seniors Housing loan documents which may be used immediately and must be used in connection with all loans committed on and after August 19, 2019.

Fannie Mae is announcing a modification to the Loan Agreement for new loans secured by properties in King County, Washington.

Effective February 04, 2020, Fannie Mae will update the form Loan Documents required for a Mortgage Loan with Healthy Housing Rewards Healthy Design.

Lender Letters are formal notices to applicable lenders or servicers that provide Multifamily business information, or guidance related to documents, system updates, and processes. Lender Letters do not communicate changes to the Multifamily Selling and Servicing Guide.

Visit DUS Navigate to access communications pertaining to the Multifamily Selling and Servicing Guide and related business forms.