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Module 5: Fannie & Freddie HAFA Programs 65 5-1. Fannie & Freddie Announced HAFA June 1, 2010 Effective August 1, 2010 Fannie & Freddie own the loans.

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1 Module 5: Fannie & Freddie HAFA Programs

2 Fannie & Freddie Announced HAFA June 1, 2010 Effective August 1, 2010 Fannie & Freddie own the loans –Are the ultimate decision makers

3 Fannie & Freddie Eligibility Owner Occupied, 1-4 family $729,750 balance (SFR) 1 st position loans Originated pre Payment exceeds 31% of gross income Hardship Delinquent or default reasonably foreseeable (Freddie requires borrower be more than 60 days delinquent)

4 Payment on 1 st Lien Exceeds 31% of Gross Income Includes: Includes: – PITI – Flood Ins., Condo Assn Fees & HOA Fees Does not include: Does not include: – Mortgage Insurance – Sub. lien payments Gross Income: Includes All Income

5 Time Frames From Time SSA Issued SSA returned within 14 days 120 days marketing period –Freddie requires minimum 15 days notice for extensions RASS & contract returned within 3 Biz days Approval or denial within 10 days

6 Fannie & Freddie Closings Servicer can’t require sooner than 45 days from contract execution Can be ASAP but… …no later than 60 days from contract

7 Fannie & Freddie Servicer Reimbursement $2,200 to servicer

8 Standard Documents SSA –Fannie has different order –Some significant differences RASS –Same as Treasury’s Alt. RASS –Same as Treasury’s but… –None for Freddie Mac

9 Fannie Mae’s HAFA Program

10 Fannie Mae HAFA Details Guiding document –SVC Loans held by Fannie –Some use Fannie HAFA –Others use US Treasury HAFA Bottom line: –Determine if loan owned by Fannie Mae –Servicer will determine appropriate program

11 Special Permission Required to Consider Borrower for HAFA Special Permission Required to Consider Borrower for HAFA Foreclosure sale within 60 days of short sale request Foreclosure proceeding could start and finish within 60 days Certain Florida foreclosure situations

12 Borrower’s Financial Condition Can make payments Has high surplus income Has substantial assets –3 x monthly payment or –$5,000 whichever is greater 69 Not Eligible if: 5-12

13 Substantial Asset Examples Substantial Asset Examples Payment: $1,500 x 3 = $4,500 Liquid assets can’t exceed $5,000 Payment: $2,200 x 3 = $6,600 Liquid assets can’t exceed $6, Freddie Mac has same Asset Test 5-13

14 Fannie Mae SSA

15 Fannie Mae SSA (Form 184) Fannie Mae SSA (Form 184) Similar to Treasury SSA Information re-ordered Some significant differences

16 Fannie Mae SSA Deed-in-Lieu Fannie Mae SSA Deed-in-Lieu Fannie’s Deed for Lease (D4L) DIL to Fannie Fannie leases back to borrower Low rent for 6 months

17 Fannie Mae SSA Page 3: List Price Fannie Mae SSA Page 3: List Price Treasury SSA Treasury SSA List price only. No MANP disclosed. List price or Acceptable Sales Proceeds

18 How Fannie Mae Determines Price & MANP Recent BPO Approved Fannie Mae vendor List price based on MANP MANP –Minimum Acceptable Net Proceeds –Not disclosed to seller or broker –Cannot be increased after SSA executed

19 Commissions & 3 rd Party Fees Commission can’t exceed 6% No 3 rd. Party negotiator fees

20 Listing Agent & Servicer Duties Establish list price Ensure marketing plan Monthly feedback Monthly comps Adjust price as needed 72 Other FNMA Differences 5-20

21 Listing Agent & Servicer Duties (cont’d.) Review sale contract as to HAFA compliance Resolve title issues Provide closing instructions Review HUD-1 within 48 hours of closing (servicer) Ensure sales proceeds received on timely basis (servicer)

22 Freddie Mac HAFA

23 Freddie Mac HAFA Details Guiding document –Bulletin –Seller/Servicer Guide Chapter D65 Similar to Treasury’s & Fannie’s No Alt. RASS

24 No Alt. RASS with Freddie Mac Sales contract received but seller not in HAMP B-65 (Non-HAFA) short sale No Alt. RASS

25 Required Monthly Payments 31% of gross income Non-payment not sole grounds for termination

26 The REALTOR’S® Role REALTOR® knowledge & assistance critical Learn the programs HAFA extends thru


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