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News & Insights

Multifamily Wire

Stay up-to-date on all the new and exciting events happening at Fannie Mae!

Production Volumes for 2022

Today, we announced our 2022 production volume of over $69 billion in support of the multifamily housing market.

Rob Levin

Enhanced Multifamily Radon Standards

Today, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will adopt enhanced radon testing and mitigation standards at multifamily properties.

Looking Ahead to 2023

Happy New Year! We accomplished so much together in 2022, and I am grateful for your steadfast partnership. It would not have been possible without the efforts and contributions of our DUS® lenders. Our strong partnership continues to set the standard for our business model, and the renters we serve.

Michele Evans

FHFA Releases 2023 Multifamily Volume Cap

On November 10, FHFA announced the multifamily loan acquisition volume caps for the GSEs in 2023. Each Enterprise can acquire up to $75 billion in multifamily loans for the year, a decrease from the $78 billion cap in place for 2022.

Michele Evans

Fannie Mae Multifamily Reports Q3 2022 Financial Results

Today, we released our third quarter 2022 financial results and filed our Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2022 with the SEC.

Michele Evans

Introducing Positive Rent Payment Reporting Pilot

Yesterday, we launched a new Positive Rent Payment Reporting pilot program, aimed at helping renters build their credit history and improve their credit score.

Michele Evans

Fannie Mae Multifamily Reports Q2 2022 Financial Results

Today, we released our second quarter 2022 financial results and filed our Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2022 with the SEC. Below are some highlights from our filing.

Michele Evans

Fannie Mae Multifamily Reports Q1 2022 Financial Results

Today, we released our first quarter 2022 financial results and filed our Form 10-Q for the quarter ended March 31, 2022 with the SEC. Below are some highlights from our filing.

Michele Evans

Green Measurement & Verification Update

With a new year ahead of us, we want to provide an update on Fannie Mae’s Green Measurement and Verification (M&V) Service. The Green M&V Service is an exclusive benefit for Properties financed with a Green Rewards Mortgage Loan or a Mortgage Loan secured by a Property with an eligible Green Building Certification.

Karyn Sper

Fannie Mae Multifamily Reports 2021 Financial Results

Today, we released our fiscal year 2021 financial results and filed our Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2021 with the SEC.

Michele Evans

Leveraging Sponsor-Initiated Affordability (SIA) in Multifamily Affordable Housing

Finding creative solutions to increase affordability is a driving force behind our work in Multifamily. Last year we launched Sponsor-Initiated Affordability, a product that provides better pricing and underwriting flexibility when borrowers set aside a minimum of 20% of a property’s units that are rent restricted and occupied by households at or below 80% of area median income (AMI) for the life of the loan.

Rob Levin

Expanding Tenant Site Lease Protections to Better Serve Renters

Manufactured Housing Communities (MHCs) are an important source of affordable housing, especially in rural areas, and Fannie Mae is committed to expanding and strengthening tenant protections in the MHCs that we finance.

Jeffrey Ketron

Production Volumes Press Release for 2021

Today, we announced our 2021 production volume of nearly $70 billion along with a record $9.6 billion of production in Multifamily Affordable Housing.

Rob Levin

2022 Green Building Certification Review

Happy New Year! As you’ve probably heard, we ended last year on a real high note – we’ve now issued more than $100 billion in Multifamily Green MBS! Our 2021 green production was $13.5 billion, slightly higher than our 2020 green production.

Karyn Sper

Looking Ahead to 2022

I love the beginning of the year when everything and anything seems possible. Of course, as we’ve all learned over nearly two years of the pandemic, sometimes “anything” can really come out of left field and change the whole game. And so here we are, on the precipice of another new year, with another new variant making headlines.

Michele Evans