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  • Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are in the process of developing their 2021-2023 Duty to Serve plans and we want to hear from you!
  • The FHFA House Price Index reported a 1.0 percent increase in U.S. house prices in the second quarter of 2019.  From 2018Q2-2019Q2, house prices were up 5.0 percent.
  • FHFA requests your comments on rules <a href="/SupervisionRegulation/RegulationFederalRegister/Pages/Open-for-Comment.aspx">open for comment.  </a>
  • Duty to Serve
    2019 Listening Sessions

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are in the process of developing their 2021-2023 Duty to Serve plans and we want to hear from you!

  • U.S. House Prices Rise 1.0% in Second Quarter of 2019

    The FHFA House Price Index reported a 1.0 percent increase in U.S. house prices in the second quarter of 2019. From 2018Q2-2019Q2, house prices were up 5.0 percent.

  • Annual Report to Congress Now Available

  • FHFA requests comments on rules.

    FHFA requests your comments on rules open for comment.

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Suspended Counterparty Program
Suspended Counterparty Program

FHFA established the Suspended Counterparty Program (SCP) to help address the risk to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Federal Home Loan Banks presented by individuals and entities with a history of fraud or other financial misconduct.

Click here to access the Suspended Counterparty Program regulation and the list of suspended individuals and entities.           

           

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House Price Information

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MIRS Transition Index

MIRS Transition Index Release Dates

Index Value
October 2019​3.59
September 2019
3.71

MIRS transition index is intended to be used in lieu of the discontinued MIRS ARM Index for currently outstanding loans, and not as a reference rate on newly-originated adjustable-rate mortgages.  For further information, click here

MIRS transition index was previously known as PMMS+. Only the name has changed.

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House Prices

FHFA HPI-SourceQuarterly Change 2019Q1-2019Q2Four Quarter Change 2018Q2-2019Q2
"Purchase-Only" U.S. Index
(Seasonally Adjusted)
1.0%5.0%
"Expanded-Data" U.S. Index
(Seasonally Adjusted)
0.9%5.5%
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