Marketplace Liquidity

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Marketplace Liquidity

Fannie Mae exists to provide large-scale access to affordable mortgage credit in all communities across the country at all times so people can buy, refinance, or rent a home.

From January 1, 2009 through June 30, 2014, we provided more than $4.2 trillion in liquidity, including approximately $96 billion in the second quarter of 2014. We are working to establish and implement industry standards, develop better tools to price and manage credit risk, build new infrastructure to ensure a liquid and efficient market, and facilitate the collection and reporting of data for accurate financial reporting and improved risk management.

Page last revised: 08/07/14

What Lenders Say About Fannie Mae
“Small businesses like mine are those that employ locally, that continue to pay taxes, continue to eke out a living...We know Fannie Mae has made us a priority. They go above and beyond in involving us in events, in information distribution so that we can grow our business soundly and responsibly.” -- Chris George, Founder and President, CMG Mortgage, San Ramon, CA