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U.S. House Prices Rise 1.3 Percent in Fourth Quarter; Up 5.1 Percent from Last Year The top five states with the highest numbers of borrowers that remain eligible for a HARP refinance are Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and Georgia. FHFA requests Public Input by July 10, 2017 Annual Report to […]

  • U.S. House Prices Rise 1.3 Percent in Fourth Quarter; Up 5.1 Percent from Last Year

  • The top five states with the highest numbers of borrowers that remain eligible for a HARP refinance are Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and Georgia.

  • FHFA requests Public Input by July 10, 2017

  • Annual Report to Congress now available

  • Blog – DTS Snapshots facilitate DTS stakeholder opportunities

  • Relief for Homeowners and Renters Impacted by COVID-19

  • Director Watt discussing the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) extension.

  • Effective December 1, local community organizations now have the opportunity purchase foreclosed properties.

  • FHFA’s 2016 Annual Report to Congress is now available.

  • Now available: FHFA’s FY 2017 Performance and Accountability Report

  • FHFA ANNOUNCES 2019 CONFORMING LOAN LIMITS

  • Input Requested on Enterprise Credit Score Requirements

  • OMWI 2017 Annual Report to Congress

  • OMWI 2018 Annual Report to Congress

  • FHFA FY2019 PAR

  • FHFA Statement on Foreclosure and Eviction Suspensions

  • FHFA unveiled an interactive online map indicating the number of estimated borrowers eligible for HARP in every zip code, county and MSA in the US.

  • FHFA Publishes Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s Underserved Markets Plans for the Duty to Serve Program

  • FHFA Proposes Rule Establishing New Housing Goals for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

  • FHFA Issues Proposed Rule

  • 2019 DTS Listening Sessions

  • Rulemaking open for comment

  • FHFA Video Explains the 2018 Conforming Loan Limits

  • Millions of homeowners have taken this route to refinance their mortgages. To see if you qualify visit www.HARP.gov.

  • Millions of homeowners have taken this route to refinance their mortgages. To see if you qualify visit www.HARP.gov.

  • Number of HARP borrowers surpassed the 3.4 million mark

  • Now available: FHFA’s FY 2016 Performance and Accountability Report

  • Read more about options available for homeowners affected by 2017 hurricane season and other natural disasters at FHFA.gov.

  • Annual Report to Congress Now Available

  • U.S. House Prices Rise 1.3 Percent in Fourth Quarter; Up 5.1 Percent from Last Year

  • Go to www.HARP.gov to see if you are eligible for savings.

  • FHFA requests comments on rules open for comment

  • Mortgage Help for Homeowners Impacted by the Coronavirus

  • Introducing Mortgage Translations on FHFA.gov

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