Fannie Mae

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Synonyms for Fannie Mae

a federally chartered corporation that purchases mortgages

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Greystone has specifically targeted resources to the origination, underwriting and servicing of small loans and has a proven track record of delivering small loans to Fannie Mae.
In July, BLACK ENTERPRISE reported that the Bush administration wanted the Treasury Department to have final authority over Fannie Mae products, capital levels, and liquidation in a crisis.
HUD found, however, that Fannie Mae engaged in countless hedging relationships that failed to qualify as "perfectly effective.
Fitch has upgraded and removed the following Fannie Mae rating from Rating Watch Negative:
Fannie Mae is going to invest its creativity and capital to help expand the stock of permanent supportive housing for families and individuals that are homeless.
As a quasi-government agency, Fannie Mae must comply with EEOC and affirmative action mandates.
The strength of our partnership with Fannie Mae is reflected in the Fannie Mae Technology Pak," said Jack Trageser, director of marketing and business development for Calyx Software.
During the 1960s, Fannie Mae was converted into a shareholder corporation privately owned by stockholders.
This initiative will be supported by lenders through whom Fannie Mae offers a variety of affordable mortgage products to assist workforce families with achieving homeownership.
Charlie Rappaport, president of the Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives said, "The lenders and Fannie Mae are finally coming around to start to atone for the lending sins of the past and were prodded into this by Schumer and Shulman.
If you purchased Fannie Mae call options or sold Fannie Mae put options between April 17, 2001 and September 22, 2004, you may, no later than May 24, 2005, move the Court to appoint you as lead plaintiff to act on behalf of the other class members in directing the litigation.
The Fannie Mae Foundation sought a collaboration solution that would be easy to use and could integrate with existing investments to foster knowledge-sharing across the organization.
According to The Federal Housing Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1992, once Fannie Mae was deemed to be 'significantly undercapitalized', OFHEO must approve all capital distributions, including preferred stock and common stock dividend payments.
Nehemiah Community Reinvestment Fund (NCRF), the nonprofit community development lending affiliate of Nehemiah Corporation of America, today announced that Fannie Mae (FNM/NYSE), the nation's largest source of financing for home mortgages, will provide a $2 million line of credit to NCRF.
NYSE:PMI), and Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM), the nation's largest source of financing for home mortgages.