Servicing Guide

Published September 9, 2020

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After receiving a COVID-19 payment deferral, can the borrower make additional principal payments (i.e., a principal curtailment) to lower or pay off the deferred non-interest bearing balance prior to

If the principal curtailment being applied is less than the interest-bearing UPB, the servicer must apply such principal curtailment to the interest-bearing UPB.  If the principal curtailment is greater than or equal to the interest-bearing UPB, then the servicer must apply such principal curtailment in the following order:  

1.    to the non-interest bearing balance, if any; and 
2.    to the interest-bearing UPB. 

See Servicing Guide C-1.2-01, Processing Additional Principal Payments and Lender Letter LL-2020-07, COVID-19 Payment Deferral for additional information. 

Note: This FAQ is from the Fannie Mae COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions.

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