CAI is working to ensure that residents of community associations have
access to fair and affordable mortgages through our engagement with federal
agencies on reform of Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs).
Government sponsored entities such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have
been important actors in ensuring the flow of capital into the mortgage finance
system, ensuring the availability of affordable financing for homebuyers for
over a generation.
The federal government has decided to end the role of Fannie Mae and
Freddie Mac in the housing finance system. This will impact the availability of
mortgage financing and the cost of obtaining a mortgage as the functions of
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are turned over to private sector entities. GSE
reform will impact the ability of the market place to attract financing for
Americans to purchase homes.
Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae Release Uniform Condominium Questionnaire Initiative
Fannie Mae: FAQs – Project Standards Requirements
This FAQ document provides responses to common questions related to Fannie Mae's project review methods and policies for determining project eligibility for mortgages secured by units in condo, co-op, and planned unit development (PUD) projects. It includes questions regarding revisions to the Selling Guide in Announcement SEL-2014-13 and in Announcement SEL-2015-12.
Freddie Mac: Expense Reimbursement – Desk Reference
Freddie Mac created this desk reference to give you quick and easy access to information that will help you complete your expense reimbursement claims. Each section contains requirements and guidelines to help you prepare and submit an accurate and complete claim to us via the Reimbursement System.