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Linda Martin

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Fannie Mae Homes

Let me help you find and purchase a Fannie Mae home

Find homes that fit your price, location, style and size.

At HomePath.com we've made it easy to find and finance your new home. You can search thousands of move-in ready foreclosed properties, learn about financing options, access handy tools and resources, and get help with the buying process. Start your search today!

HomePath Buyer's Guide     HomePath Financing Options

Mortgage

HomePath financing, available only on Fannie Mae-owned properties, offers great benefits — low down payment, no mortgage insurance, expanded seller contributions, and more. HomePath Mortgage is available for move-in ready properties for both owner occupants and investors — a limited number of HomePath lenders also now offer HomePath Mortgage for the LLC borrower. The HomePath Renovation Mortgage provides both the funds to purchase and to renovate in one loan. You also can use the financing of your choice from any lender, such as your local bank, credit union or other financial institution.

Resources

http://www.homepath.com/resources.html

HomePath Buyer's Guide for a Fannie Mae-owned Home

This Buyer's Guide — while it doesn't cover everything — should better prepare you when considering and purchasing a Fannie Mae home.

 

HomePath Calculators

Not sure how much home you can afford? Use the mortgage calculators to estimate your potential monthly payments and determine what's affordable within your budget.

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Frequently Asked Questions

http://www.homepath.com/hp_faqs.html

Here are just a few FAQ.

Can I buy a house directly from Fannie Mae without going through a real estate sales professional?

No, Fannie Mae depends on the expertise of local real estate sales professionals and accepts offers only through our real estate listing agents. You may work with any real estate sales professional to submit an offer to the real estate agent who has listed the property.

Will Fannie Mae accept an offer contingent on the sale of my house?

No, Fannie Mae will not accept offers contingent on the sale of your current home. Other types of contingencies will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Why does Fannie Mae request a lender's prequalification statement before negotiating a home purchase offer?

Fannie Mae does not require a prequalification statement or letter before negotiating an offer. However, by obtaining this statement or letter, you better position yourself to get financing and complete the sales transaction in a timely manner. Prequalification allows you to see how much house you can afford and the mortgage amount you may be able to qualify for before you make an offer on a home. It also helps you focus on homes in an affordable price range.

A loan prequalification doesn't mean your loan is approved. You must apply for a loan separately, after you are prequalified and your purchase offer is accepted.

You may obtain a loan prequalification or a loan pre-approval at the lender of your choice. To take advantage of our special financing, we encourage you to work with a HomePath-approved lender. To find a HomePath-approved lender in your area, click here.

Metro Brokers Financial, Inc., 5775-D Glenridge Drive, Suite 200, Atlanta, Ga. 30328 A Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee # 5892. NMLSR Unique Identifier # 163853. 404-847-2525