Master Servicing Simplification Changes
Fannie Mae is making policy and operational changes to Master Servicing processes and systems. These tools are designed to help you prepare and seamlessly implement these required changes.
New and updated documents are available in the Guaranty Fee Relief section below.
Master Servicing Simplification Changes webinar
View the slides from the recent webinars to help you prepare for upcoming Master Servicing policy and process changes, which include:
- Guaranty fee relief after four months delinquency
- Fannie Mae Testing Integration
Per LL 2021-12, for Scheduled/Scheduled remittance type mortgage loans where we bear the foreclosure loss risk, in the Loan Reporting Cycle that an Scheduled/Scheduled MBS mortgage loan becomes 120 or more days delinquent, Fannie Mae will place the mortgage loan in the Stop Delinquency Advance process.
Per LL 2021-12, updates to the reporting due date for summary reporting mortgage loans, the transaction type 96 (LAR) format, and P&I remittance requirements for summary reporting Actual/Actual remittance type mortgage loans.
Per Lender Letter LL-2021-12, effective Sept. 2021, the requirement for servicers to advance payment of outstanding scheduled UPB upon completion of the foreclosure for all Scheduled/Scheduled remittance type mortgage loans for which Fannie Mae bears the foreclosure loss risk, or which are shared risk with us being responsible for marketing the property has been eliminated.
Per Lender Letter LL-2021-12, effective Sept. 2021, servicers will be able to obtain advance notice of the reimbursable amounts by utilizing Fannie Mae Connect™ or the Loan Servicing Data Utility (LSDU) application.
Per Lender Letter LL-2020-13, effective Jan. 2021, Fannie Mae changed the trigger for automatic reclassification from four consecutive months delinquent to 24 consecutive months delinquent (measured by LPI date). These changes became effective for mortgage loans that become greater than four consecutive months delinquent on or after Feb. 2021 remittance activity (based on Jan. 2021 reporting activity).
Per Lender Letter LL-2020-08, effective Aug. 2020, Fannie Mae discontinued servicer advances of scheduled remittances of principal and interest (P&I) payments for delinquent Scheduled/Scheduled remittance type mortgage loans (delinquency advances) after four consecutive missed monthly payments for mortgage loans serviced under the special servicing option.
Per Lender Letter LL-2019-07, effective Aug. 2020, Fannie Mae made policy and operational changes to simplify and streamline the Fannie Mae cash remittance and reconciliation processes. These changes reduced touch points and eliminated manual operations for remitting Principal and Interest (P&I) for Scheduled/Scheduled and Scheduled/Actual portfolio loans.