Fannie Mae: New Qs in the Project Insurance Requirement FAQs; plus Updates to AMN/HSSN and AAA Matrices
March 21, 2018
Source: Fannie Mae
Have a question about condo project insurance?
Condo project insurance is a hot topic, so we’ve added new and updated questions to the Project Insurance Requirements FAQs. Visit the Condo, Co-op, and Planned Unit Development Eligibility page to find these FAQs, recently updated Project Standards FAQs, new Project Eligibility Review Service materials, and other resources to help you meet our requirements.
AMN/HSSN Release Notes for March 24 update
This weekend we will update the Asset Management Network (AMN)/HomeSaver Solutions? Network (HSSN) application. To implement this release, AMN/HSSN will be unavailable for processing from 7 a.m. ET until 1:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, March 24. For more information, please review the release notes.
AAA matrix updates
We have updated AAA matrices in Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Guam, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Texas, and Virginia to align with the Allowable Foreclosure Attorney Fees Exhibit revision effective March 14. To view the updated matrices, visit the Excess Attorney Fee/Cost Guidelines page.
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