Fannie Mae


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Fan·nie Mae

 (făn′ē mā′)
n.
One of two federally chartered corporations that buy and pool US mortgages and issue securities based on those pools.

[Alteration of F(ederal) N(ational) M(ortgage) A(ssociation).]

Fannie Mae

(ˈfænɪ meɪ)
n
(in the US) an informal name for the Federal National Mortgage Association: a private company that buys and sells mortgage debt
[C20: altered from the initials FNMA]

Fan•nie Mae

(ˈfæn i ˈmeɪ)

n.
1. a congressionally chartered private corporation that supplies funds for home mortgages through continuous purchases of mortgages from lending institutions.
2. any of the publicly traded securities collateralized by a pool of mortgages backed by Fannie Mae.
[1950–55; altered from the initials FNMA Federal National Mortgage Association, the former name]
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Noun1.Fannie Mae - a federally chartered corporation that purchases mortgages
corp, corporation - a business firm whose articles of incorporation have been approved in some state
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This creative, multifaceted partnership between Baltimore and Fannie Mae sets measurable goals that will help thousands of our citizens achieve homeownership," said Mayor Schmoke.
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