• U.S. House Prices Rise 1.7 Percent in First Quarter; Up 5.7 Percent from Last Year
  • FHFA 2019 Report to Congress
  • FHFA SEEKS COMMENTS ON PROPOSED ENTERPRISE CAPITAL RULE
  • Relief for Homeowners and Renters Impacted by COVID-19
  • FHFA Statement on Foreclosure and Eviction Suspensions
  • FHFA requests comments on rules open for comment
  • U.S. House Prices Rise 1.7 Percent in First Quarter; Up 5.7 Percent from Last Year

    U.S. House Prices Rise 1.7 Percent in First Quarter; Up 5.7 Percent from Last Year



  • AVAILABLE NOW AT FHFA.GOV

    FHFA 2019 Report to Congress

  • FHFA SEEKS COMMENTS ON PROPOSED ENTERPRISE CAPITAL RULE

    FHFA SEEKS COMMENTS ON PROPOSED ENTERPRISE CAPITAL RULE

  • Relief for Homeowners and Renters Impacted by COVID-19

    Relief for Homeowners and Renters Impacted by COVID-19

  • FHFA Statement on Foreclosure and Eviction Suspensions

    FHFA Statement on Foreclosure and Eviction Suspensions

  • FHFA requests comments on rules.

    FHFA requests comments on rules open for comment

Disaster Assistance  

Help for Homeowners Affected by Natural Disasters

Federally regulated Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have come together to get the word out about mortgage relief options for those affected by natural disasters.  

Learn about optionsavailable for homeowners affected by a hurricane or by other natural disasters.

FHFA is working to strengthen and secure the United States secondary mortgage markets by providing effective supervision, sound research, reliable data, and relevant policies.

We are an independent regulatory agency responsible for the oversight of vital components of the secondary mortgage markets - the housing government sponsored enterprises of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Bank System. Combined these entities provide more than $5.9 trillion in funding for the U.S. mortgage markets and financial institutions.  Additionally, FHFA is the conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

We are building a better secondary mortgage market for the future. FHFA's pursuing a series of initiatives and strategies to improve the future system of housing finance. One important initiative is the creation of a new Common Securitization Platform that will serve the dual purpose of modernizing current outdated infrastructures and provide the potential for other market participants to use the same infrastructure.

FHFA was created on July 30, 2008, when the President signed into law the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.