Fannie Mae Multifamily Data Standardization
Data access and governance is essential to digital transformation. As part of our work to build a best-in-class digital platform, Fannie Mae will begin requiring structured data supplements for certain third-party reports effective September 30, 2020.
These standards were developed with the cooperation of DUS® Lenders and industry participants. Structured data from these reports will enable more efficient reviews and seamless data delivery.
The Multifamily Selling and Servicing Guide will be updated shortly to require the delivery of standardized data sets as supplements for the following report types:
- Property Condition Assessment (including the Form 4099.E-Property Condition Report Templates);
- Environmental Site Assessment (Phase I and, if applicable, Phase II);
- Zoning Report (if applicable); and
- Seismic Risk Assessment
Lenders should continue to work with their third-party report providers to promote understanding of the requirements and prepare to adopt and deliver structured data accordingly.
Data Standardization Update July 2020
Frequently Asked Questions
Fannie Mae DUS Third-Party Report Standards
Fannie Mae DUS Third-Party Report Specifications Package
Recommended Action Item Checklist For Third-Party Report Vendors
Review the Fannie Mae DUS Third-Party Report Standards and Report Specifications Package
Review information from the Fannie Mae Multifamily Data Standardization website
Reach out to your DUS Lender(s) and discuss the data file format to adopt
Attend at least one of the upcoming information sessions co-hosted by Fannie Mae and Lenders
Submit any technical/file specification questions to [email protected]
Work with your DUS Lenders on any business or other questions
Please contact [email protected] with any questions. We will monitor this mailbox and use your inquiries to build additional frequently asked questions and responses.