Fannie Mae (FNMA_) has introduced new, temporary guidelines to servicers and sellers of single-family loans in response to the government shutdown.
The housing giant is unaffected by the shutdown as it is still a private company, albeit in conservatorship.
However, the government shutdown still threatens to delay the process of obtaining a home loan. Fannie Mae required lenders in some cases to verify Social Security numbers and Internal Revenue Service Tax transcripts but will be unable to do so during the shutdown.
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