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Fannie Mae announces attorney fee changes in six states

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Fannie Mae changed the maximum foreclosure attorney fee allowed in six jurisdictions on Wednesday.

The fee relates to what attorneys working on Fannie Mae-related loans can charge for their work.

The fee revisions, which can be viewed here and in the chart below, take effect for all loans referred to an attorney (or trustee) on or after Jan. 1, 2013, in the specified states.  

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