What is the Definition of Fannie Mae?

Fannie Mae

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Definition: Federal National Mortgage Association; commonly known as “Fannie Mae’, the FNMA is the largest buyer of existing mortgages. The Federal National Mortgage Association was originally organized by the federal government in 1938 to purchase FHA-insured mortgages. The association was reorganized in 1968 as a quasi-private corporation whose entire ownership is private. Fannie Mae raises capital by issuing corporate stock which is actively traded on the New York Stock Exchange and by selling mortgages out of its portfolio to various investors.

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Fannie Mae Seniors Housing Loans | Assisted Living Mortgages | Elderly Homes Financing


Fannie Mae provides loans for multifamily seniors housing properties and assisted living homes. Commercial loan direct provides low interest rates for assisted living property mortgages.

Fannie Mae Standard DUS Apartment Loans


FNMA's Multifamily Mortgage Business provides first lien permanent mortgage loan financing for the acquisition and/or refinancing for apartment and multifamily properties.

Fannie (FNMA) Mae Student Housing Loans


Fannie Mae loans provide financing for student housing properties, which is defined as a conventional multifamily property where 20% or more of the units are leased to undergraduate and/or graduate students, or a property that is specifically built or leased for student housing.

What is a Fannie Mae Apartment Loan


A The Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA or “Fannie Mae”) mortgage is an adjustable or fixed-rate loan product available for various types of multifamily properties. The underwriting and application process is standardized and performed by Delegated Underwriting and Services (DUS) lenders. Through it’s two major programs (Small Loan Program and DUS Program), Fannie offers multifamily mortgages starting at $750, 000. Like CMBS mortgages, these loans are pooled, securitized, and sold to investors, but typically serviced by the originator.

Fannie Mae Structured Adjustable Rate Apartment Loans


Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Mortgage Business offers long term financing with a very competitive variable interest rate that is convertible to a fixed rate.

Fannie Mae Supplemental Apartment Loans


This program provides flexible financing, access to additional capital, fast execution, and provides a lower cost than refinancing.

Fannie Mae Fixed Rate Apartment Loans


Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Mortgage Business offers financing options for loans with fixed-rate options for the acquisition or refinance of apartments or other multifamily properties.

Fannie Mae Apartment Loans


For those of you who are getting familiar with Fannie Mae Loans, this program offers federally guaranteed mortgages and is one of the largest multi-family loan programs in the country. There are both fixed and variable products available for all property types and are offered nationwide. Properties that fall under the Fannie Mae category are apartments, affordable housing, senior housing, student housing and manufactured housing. There are two major Fannie Mae loan programs in which the majority of products fall under. These loan products are called The Standard DUS Mortgage Product and the Small Loan Programs.

Fannie Mae Small Balance Apartment Loans


Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Mortgage Business offers financing options for loans up to $3 million for the acquisition or refinance of apartment buildings and other multifamily properties.

Types of Commercial Loans


Learn about the different types of commercial loans and real estate lending programs offered by CLD with our loan finder. CLD provides Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA, CMBS, Conventional, Insurance, USDA, SBA, Bridge, and Construction Loans.

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