Fannie Mae: Meet the LARs Deadline, Learn More, and Enhance Your Customer Experience
March 15, 2017
Changes to investor reporting: March 22 deadline for LARs
We greatly appreciate servicers’ support in adapting to our changes to investor reporting. Now that the first cycle of reporting changes has concluded, servicers no longer need to report Single Family MBS security balances to us.
As a reminder, the March activity reporting cycle is open with March Loan Activity Reports (LARs) due by March 22, regardless of whether you received borrower payment. Removal transactions must be reported to Fannie Mae within one day of processing in your system. Please contact your Fannie Mae representative or investor reporting analyst with any questions, and check out Fannie Mae’s Changes to Investor Reporting page for more information.
Live webinars: Investor Reporting Hot Topics/Best Practices run weekly through April. Sign up today.
Learn more. Do more.
Check out our redesigned Training pages. Now it’s even easier for you to select the training you need any time, from any location, to make your business more simple and certain. Select the mortgage process you’re interested in to easily find eLearning and job aids developed by our experts.
eLearning requires less time than traditional learning methods, increases retention rates, and gives you a competitive edge. View the infographic to learn more.
Enhance your customer experience with Day 1 Certainty. Find out more at MBA Tech.
Stop by and visit us in the center of the HUB at the MBA’s National Technology in Mortgage Banking Conference & Expo, March 26-29 in Chicago. We’ll share tips and best practices to help you implement Day 1 Certainty™ — resulting in a simpler, more certain experience for you and your customers. We’ll also share details on how we’re reducing complexities and costs with Simplify Servicing™.
Over half the lenders we surveyed believe the primary goal for investing in technology is to improve the customer experience. Find out how we can help.
Save time, reduce effort with HFI investor reporting training
Register today for our updated HFI® classes on investor reporting. You’ll learn tips for reporting on your loans, and have access to an expert instructor to answer your questions. Classes include:
- Bank vs. Book! Reconciling Actual/Actual Custodial Accounts
- Investor Reporting with Confidence: Best Practices for Reconciling Actual/Actual Loans
- The ABCs of Managing MBS Cash Flow for Fannie Mae
All HFI InDepth courses provide:
- Two hours of interactive, instructor-led training held in a virtual classroom
- Limited class sizes that maximize interaction and allow for individualized attention
- Access to recorded tutorials that prepare you with foundational knowledge prior to taking the course
- A certificate of completion
Visit the HFI InDepth Training page for course details and class schedules, and sign up today!
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