Fannie Mae: Check Out the Intro to Servicing eLearning Series and More
April 4, 2018
Source: Fannie Mae
Introduction to Servicing eLearning series
We’re committed to providing new servicers with the resources they need to get up to speed quickly. Check out each of the latest 15-minute courses available now in our self-paced eLearning series: QC Audit and Compliance and Subservicer Oversight. Visit the Servicing Training page to find more resources.
Reminder: Notifying document custodians about servicing transfers
After Fannie Mae has approved a servicer’s Form 629: Request for Approval of Servicing or Subservicing Transfer, the transferor servicer or the transferee servicer must notify their document custodians of the servicing transfer. A final list of all transferred loans must be included with the notification. Please note: Notification must occur even if the document custodian does not change. Review the list of active document custodians.
Join us at these upcoming events:
- April 9-11 | Great River MBA Conference | Memphis
- April 12-14 | National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America Connect 2018 | Atlanta
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