Expanding homeownership opportunities to more borrowers
Freddie Mac is committed to purchasing mortgages secured by manufactured homes in support of our commitment to expand homeownership opportunities. Our requirements for manufactured homes are designed so that the mortgages we purchase are originated, underwritten and serviced in a way that will better ensure that we are putting qualified borrowers into homes they can both afford and maintain.
It is important for lenders to understand the requirements for titling manufactured homes and perfecting liens on the manufactured home in each state where mortgages secured by manufactured homes are originated. This understanding will help better serve the needs of your borrowers, create more financing options for low- and moderate-income borrowers and expand your market opportunities.
If you are originating mortgages secured by manufactured homes, it is important that you review our complete requirements in Single-Family Seller/Servicer Guide (Guide) Chapter H33.
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Mortgages secured by manufactured homes help you:
- Expand your homeownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income borrowers.
- Meet your Community Reinvestment Act goals.
- Streamline your process with Loan Prospector automated underwriting technology.
Benefits for Your Borrowers
Mortgages secured by manufactured homes help you borrowers:
- Take advantage of conventional financing terms when you originate mortgages secured by manufactured homes legally classified as real property.
- Leverage financing flexibility with a choice of fixed-rate, 7/1 ARMs or 10/1 ARMs.
- Expand their homeownership options with Home Possible Mortgages and the Loan Prospector A-minus offering.
For More Information
- Call your Freddie Mac representative.
The information in this document is not a replacement or substitute for information found in the Single-Family Seller/Servicer Guide and/or the terms of your Master Agreement and/or Master Commitment.