Supplier Registration

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Supplier Registration

Fannie Mae maintains an internal procurement system, ProcureOne by Fannie Mae that is used for a variety of purposes, including identifying potential suppliers and registering new suppliers. All suppliers interested in doing business with Fannie Mae must follow the process of establishing a profile with Fannie Mae, as outlined below.  

Step 1: Meet qualifications

  • Confirm that your company provides goods or services that Fannie Mae purchases (PDF). You will be required to indicate the applicable commodities offered by your company within the registration form. Commodities may change over time.
  • Meet minimum supplier qualifications.
    • Your company must have been in business for at least one year, and be able to demonstrate revenue for this period (you may not obtain more than 70 percent of your revenue from Fannie Mae).
    • Your company must have a professional place of business outside of Fannie Mae, and be able to provide that business address to Fannie Mae.
    • Your company must be able to provide a completed W-9 form to Fannie Mae.
    • Your company must be able to provide a certificate of insurance evidencing the insurance coverage appropriate for the level and type of business to be conducted with Fannie Mae.
    • Your company must have and maintain a minimum of three W-2 employees.
  • Qualify as a diverse supplier, as appropriate.

Step 2: Gather the required registration data, carefully following these steps:

  • The first step to establishing a supplier profile in ProcureOne by Fannie Mae requires only basic information.  
    • In this first step, you are asked to provide your supplier type. This selection will ensure you are asked to provide the appropriate information and documentation. Please select from: Corporate, Appraiser, Attorney, Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Broker, or Repair Contractor.
    • If you are a Real Estate Agent: It is important that you provide your own tax-identification number or nine (9) digit employee identification number (EIN), and do not use your broker’s information.
  • Once you submit your initial information, you will receive an email telling you that your registration request has been taken into account. If you receive an email stating that the request was rejected, please contact the Vendor Desk via email and they will assist you. Please make sure the information that you enter is correct for your company.
  • If your registration request has been processed, you will have an opportunity to add additional documentation to your profile, based on your supplier type. Please return to the ProcureOne system to provide this information.
  • If you are a diverse supplier, it is important that you provide your diversity certification as an attachment within ProcureOne soon after you have established your initial profile. You can certify through third party or self-certify, both forms are available on the diverse supplier page.
  • Please be sure to review your profile for accuracy and completeness.
  • Please note: Registration in our system, establishing a supplier profile, and/or meeting our minimum supplier qualifications does not guarantee that your company will be selected to do business with Fannie Mae.
  • To register as a potential supplier, please go to ProcureOne by Fannie Mae
If you need help:
  • For more detailed instructions, please use this guide.
  • BROKER/AGENTS: please follow this guide for more detailed, specific instructions for brokers and agents.
  • If you require technical assistance with the registration process, please email us.