Facing financial impacts from COVID-19?
Fannie Mae is here to help. We have information, tips and resources that can help guide you through these financial challenges.Help for homeowners »
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Help for Homeowners and Renters
If you’re facing financial challenges or other hardships, Fannie Mae is here to help. Whether you need mortgage counseling or disaster relief assistance, Fannie Mae offers tools to guide you through the process and recovery at no cost. More »
Options to Stay in Your Home
Even if you haven't yet missed a mortgage payment, but are worried you might fall behind soon, now's the time to take action. You may be eligible to refinance or modify your mortgage loan, lowering your payment and making it more affordable. Or, if you've missed payments and find yourself buried under late fees and past-due amounts, you may qualify for a temporary (or permanent) solution to help you get your finances back on track and avoid foreclosure. More »
Options to Leave Your Home
Don't just walk away from your home.
There are better options. The most important thing is to avoid foreclosure—and options may be available to assist you if you are ready to leave your home. Some options may even offer cash incentives to help you move and transition into different housing. Now's the time to take action before it’s too late. More »
Not understanding your obligations under a reverse mortgage can lead to serious consequences including foreclosure. Review your obligations and find out where get help if you’re struggling with property-related expenses. More »
If you’re a service member struggling with your mortgage payment, you may qualify for a special military hardship. Additionally, military service members have protection against foreclosure for 9 months following termination of active duty. More »