Fannie Mae Cracks Down on Strategic Defaulters

Fannie Mae Cracks Down on Strategic Defaulters

Lenders are starting to crack down on "Strategic Defaults". Fannie Mae has announced stiffer penalties to consider if you decide to walk away from a mortgage that you can afford to pay. Starting in the fall, Fannie Mae will disqualify borrowers for a period of seven years if they choose to default on their mortgage even though they have the.

U.S. Cracks Down On Private Student Loan Debt Collection  · Fannie Mae announced steps Wednesday to discourage borrowers from abandoning their homes if they can pay their mortgages and they don’t seek workouts. Under Fannie’s current guidelines, such borrowers must wait seven years after a foreclosure to apply for a mortgage backed by Fannie.

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Fannie Mae will also take legal action to recoup the outstanding mortgage debt. and then maybe Fannie wouldn’t have to deal with strategic defaults.. whose upside down $150k on their home.

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Fannie Mae to Charge Strategic Defaulters, for Everything by JON PRIOR Friday, June 25th, 2010, 4:06 pm Fannie Mae (FNM: 0.3871 +1.87%) is sifting through borrower data to determine who is strategically defaulting and who is not after announcing more efforts this week to crack down on those who walk away from their homes.

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Cracking Down on Strategic Defaulters by. Andrew M. Lieb, Esq. on. Wednesday, October 16, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are supposed to evaluate every defaulter’s ability to repay the past due amount on their mortgages. Even after foreclosure, these two government-sponsored enterprises and.

 · Kevin and Fred talk about strategic defaulting and touch on the ethics of it. Also, as promised. Here are some of the Fannie Mae info: This is for conventional loans. Currently the waiting period for purchasing a home after a foreclosure is 5 years. As of October 1st 2010 the waiting period will be extended to 7 years.

"Low down-payment loans coupled. scores and zero down payments, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac bought more of the loans to meet those targets. After house prices peaked in 2006 and then fell as much as.

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