Articles Tagged with ''Fannie Mae''

Fannie Mae expands post-disaster relief services

GSE offers homeowners personalized support
Natural disasters have been extremely tumultuous for many homeowners across the country, navigating a year full of hurricanes, fires and tornadoes. In response to these threats, Fannie Mae has now teamed up with Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions to expand its current relief options for homeowners.
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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac issue relief policies in wake of devastating California wildfires

Victims will be eligible for up to 12 months of mortgage forbearance
California’s wildfires have ravaged the state, claiming the lives of 44 people and destroying more than 100,000 acres. In response to this threat, Fannie and Freddie are reminding victims that mortgage assistance options are available for those affected by these deadly fires.
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Fannie Mae plans $145 million investment in LIHTC funds

GSE continues to focus on affordable housing
After re-entering the Low Income Housing Tax Credit market just over a year ago, Fannie Mae is continuing its focus on affordable rental housing in underserved markets by committing $145 million in new investments in LIHTC funds. Here's a breakdown on where the money is going.
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This is how much California's wildfires could cost homeowners

More than $2 billion worth of homes at risk
Wildfires are continuing to rage across the state of California, claiming the lives of at least 31 people and destroying more than 4,531 acres. An analysis by Realtor.com indicates that residents belonging to Butte and Ventura counties will have an especially hard time finding replacement homes.
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Bloomberg article targets one of Fannie and Freddie's biggest naysayers

Josh Rosner's beef with IRS grabs some media attention
According to Robert Schmidt, reporting for Bloomberg, vocal GSE critic Josh Rosner, who successfully runs a financial services business, is claiming financial disability is responsible for him not filing taxes accordingly. And now, Rosner wants his refund but the IRS is saying, "not so fast, loudmouth."
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