Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: Implications of Forbearance and Eviction Moratoriums for Multifamily Lenders, Borrowers
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will discuss the implications of loan forbearance and other directives issued by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, with particular focus on what has changed in documenting and servicing multifamily loans. The panel will also discuss issues lenders must consider when current forbearance and eviction moratoriums expire.
- FHFA oversight of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
- CARES Act, CDC, and other tenant eviction moratoriums
- Fannie and Freddie forbearance directives
- Underwriting parameters
- Modifying the loan
- Servicing and reporting requirements
- Issues to consider upon the termination of forbearance
The panel will review these and other important issues:
- When are current eviction moratoriums set to expire, and how will that impact the forbearance directives currently in place?
- How does a lender determine when a borrower is eligible for forbearance?
- How is forbearance documented and extended?
- What happens to forborne loan payments when forbearance expires? Do the new payment terms vary with the type of loan program?
Michael C. Flynn
Co-Chair, Consumer Financial Services and Mortgage Regulatory Group
Mr. Flynn applies his unique background as the former Acting General Counsel of HUD, and the former General Counsel of... | Read More
Mr. Flynn applies his unique background as the former Acting General Counsel of HUD, and the former General Counsel of PNC Mortgage and Flagstar Bank, to counsel clients on a variety of regulatory, mortgage, consumer financial services, FinTech and real estate matters, including: mortgage and consumer financial services regulatory – advising clients on federal and state legal requirements for originations and servicing, including licensing, TILA, RESPA, ECOA, HMDA, FCRA, TCPA, SCRA, MLA, and LO Comp, and state laws such as the California Financing Law, the California Homeowners Bill of Rights and the New York Financial Services Law; bank regulatory, both state and federal; mortgage secondary market transactions – whole loan sales (bulk and flow) and mortgage servicing rights sales, as well as broker and correspondent lender agreements, among others. Mr. Flynn is a fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers, and the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. He is the Chair of the American College of Mortgage Attorney’s Residential & Regulatory Committee and serves on the Board of Governors for the Conference of Consumer Law.Close
Dameon M. Rivers
Mr. Rivers' national real estate finance practice concentrates on the representation of commercial banks, community... | Read More
Mr. Rivers' national real estate finance practice concentrates on the representation of commercial banks, community development financial institution (CDFIs), and other mortgage banking institutions in connection with construction and permanent loan transactions. His team routinely represents clients in affordable housing, senior housing, charter school finance, and revolving credit facilities. Mr. Rivers is particularly known for his work on both balance-sheet and agency loan executions for projects benefited by 4% or 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). His experience includes the representation of both construction and permanent lenders on taxable and tax-exempt loan structures. A substantial portion of Mr. Rivers’ practice is also devoted to the representation of lenders in connection with bridge, revolving, and permanent financing for senior housing projects. Mr. Rivers and his team specialize in the closing, negotiation, and review of due diligence for large, multi-state mortgage pool transactions which are intended to be purchased by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.Close