HUD, FHFA Extend Foreclosure Protections For Hurricane Sandy Victims


On January 31, HUD and the FHFA announced that the FHA, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac will extend for an additional 90 days protections against foreclosure actions for borrowers whose properties were damaged or destroyed due to Hurricane Sandy. Those protections were set to expire on January 31, 2013. For borrowers in certain counties, FHA is extending until April 30, 2013 its foreclosure moratorium and eviction suspension. Fannie Mae, through Lender Letter LL-2013-02, and Freddie Mac, through Bulletin 2013-1, also are extending their foreclosure and eviction moratoriums through the end of April.

Topics:  Fannie Mae, FHFA, Foreclosure, Freddie Mac, HUD, Hurricane Sandy, Moratorium, Mortgages

Published In: Finance & Banking Updates, Commercial Real Estate Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

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