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Washington, D.C. – The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today released its first quarter
Foreclosure Prevention Report, which shows that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the Enterprises) completed 49,104 foreclosure prevention actions in the first quarter of 2017, bringing the total number of troubled homeowners helped since conservatorships to nearly
Of the foreclosure prevention actions, more than 3.2 million have helped troubled homeowners stay in their homes, including more than 2 million permanent loan modifications. FHFA's report includes data on the Enterprises' home retention actions, delinquency data and real estate owned (REO) inventory. FHFA publishes the report data in an online, interactive
Borrower Assistance Map on FHFA.gov. Other foreclosure prevention data noted in the quarterly report include:
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