FHFA Proposes Rule On Underserved Markets

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) recently issued a proposed rule on a method for evaluating and rating Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s compliance with the "duty to serve" underserved markets, including manufactured housing, affordable housing preservation and rural housing.

 · today enterprise submitted comments to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) on its proposed Duty to Serve rule, which requires Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to support certain segments of the mortgage market that are traditionally underserved by private investors.

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FHFA’s proposed Duty to Serve rule has several important elements and is a major improvement from the version of the rule that the agency proposed in 2010. Here are five objectives that the.

WASHINGTON – Community bankers and credit unions scored a significant victory while others in the mortgage industry lost out in the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s final rule establishing. in.

By: Cindy Daley. Published: December 21, 2015. The agency that oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), has issued a proposed rule concerning Fannie’s and Freddie’s obligations to serve underserved markets, specifically manufactured housing, preservation of affordable housing, and rural housing.

Much like before, the GSEs must take into consideration the impact on access to credit, safety and soundness, operations in the mortgage finance industry, and competition in the credit score market,

 · Attached for your review and information is a copy of a notice issued by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) on October 3, 2018, seeking public comment on proposed revisions to the initial “Duty to serve underserved markets” (dts) implementation plans submitted by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to FHFA in 2017. A link to the proposed.

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The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) is issuing and seeking comments on a proposed rule that would provide Duty to Serve credit for eligible Enterprise activities that facilitate a secondary market for mortgages related to: manufactured homes titled as real property; blanket loans for certain categories of manufactured housing communities.

Currently, market demand appears to be large enough to. “While we are still working on the details, we intend to issue a proposed liquidity rule by the end of this year.” The FHFA is also working.