Fannie Mae Loan Lookup

Know Your Options by Checking Here First

Fannie Mae’s Loan Lookup tool helps you quickly determine if Fannie Mae owns your loan, which may be helpful to know before you:

  • Refinance;
  • Modify your mortgage;
  • Request disaster-recovery assistance
  • Pursue foreclosure prevention options; or
  • Finance certain home energy improvement projects with a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan. (The terms of the Fannie Mae mortgage documents prohibit loans where the new lien would have priority over the first-lien mortgage owned by Fannie Mae.)

Qualify for Fannie Mae-only Programs

If Fannie Mae owns your loan, you may be eligible for programs designed to make your mortgage more affordable including programs available exclusively to Fannie Mae borrowers.

Enter your information below. Make sure you enter accurately—a typographical or data-entry error may impact the matching process. Then check the box to provide consent and click Get Results.

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The Fannie Mae Loan Lookup is provided as a convenience for borrowers. Fannie Mae makes no representation, warranty, or guarantee regarding the accuracy or completeness of the results. A search that results in a "Match Found" status does not guarantee or imply that you will qualify for a Making Home Affordable® refinance or modification. Information that does not match our records exactly may return inaccurate results. You should contact your mortgage company to verify these results. Making Home Affordable is a trademark of the United States Department of the Treasury.

Foreclosure consequences

What can happen if you are foreclosed on? Find out here so you can be prepared.