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Fannie Mae* Federal National Mortgage Association

Fannie Mae home mortgage investments.

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Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae)

Headquarters:
3900 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016

Phone: (800) 7FANNIE

Fannie Mae, the nation's largest investor in home mortgages, is a private corporation, federally chartered to provide financial products and services that increase the availability and affordability of housing for low, moderate and middle income Americans.
Fannie Mae Buys residential mortgages for it's investment portfolio. If you call them, you'll get the public information office, and will be able to order information packets on Community Home buyers programs, as well as other first time buyer information.

You can alternatively visit the website of the NCSHA for all inquiries by following this link:
Federal National Mortgage Association



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Home Inspection Checklist
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