Fannie/Freddie Raise Mortgage Fees. Beginning on April 1, Fannie Mae follow in Freddie Mac’s footsteps and formally raise the fees that they charge lenders, which will almost certainly pass these fees on to borrowers. The bottom line is that for virtually all borrowers, obtaining a mortgage is set to become significantly more expensive. As.
Fannie and Freddie will adjust guarantee fees in three ways. The ongoing annual g-fee will increase 10 basis points for all mortgages loans backed by Fannie and Freddie. The one-time upfront g-fee will be updated to better align pricing with the credit risks of borrowers such as the credit score and loan-to-value ratios.
Those increases, which would make mortgages more expensive, were set to take effect in March and April. The FHFA, under former acting director Edward J. DeMarco, announced in December that it had.
HousingWire – Jacob Gaffney The Federal Housing Finance Agency announced the expected rise in the guarantee-fees charged to do mortgage business with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The fees will go up gradually throughout the course of 2014. The base g-fee, or ongoing g-fee, for all mortgages will increase by 10 basis points, the FHFA said.
The net sum is the level of Fannie and Freddie’s guarantee fees that the FHFA is required to establish. The law also further requires the FHFA to report to Congress on how Fannie and Freddie’s g-fees "met the requirements" of the statute, that is, how they included the cost of capital of regulated private banks.
The FHFA said in a statement that Fannie and Freddie would raise that fee at least one-tenth of one percent in 2012, starting April 1. The fee increase announced Thursday would amount to an extra $15.
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Fannie, Freddie to Raise fees fannie mae and Freddie Mac will raise the fees they charge to guarantee single-family mortgages, beginning this fall, the Federal Housing Finance Agency has announced. The increase, which will average 0.1 percent of the loan amount (10 basis points), will go into effect on Nov. 1.
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Raise Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s Guarantee Fees and Decrease Their Eligible Loan Limits. Taking both approaches together would lower federal subsidies for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by $6 billion from 2017 through 2026 and would result in a drop in new guarantees of about 25 percent, according to CBO’s estimates.
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