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Published November 10, 2020

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How should a request for the substitution of property be evaluated?

The servicer must submit all requests for the substitution of property securing a mortgage loan, along with its recommendation, to Fannie Mae’s SF CPM division (see F-4-03, List of Contacts). Prior to submitting the request to Fannie Mae, the servicer must ensure that the substitution of property securing the mortgage loan satisfies the subdivision requirements of the applicable jurisdiction(s) and complies with all applicable zoning requirements and building codes. A complete application must include all information and documentation required per the form.

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What actions must be taken if Fannie Mae approves the substitution of property securing a mortgage loan?

For more information please see: D1-1-01, Evaluating a Request for the Release, or Partial Release, of Property Securing a Mortgage Loan.

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