Servicing Guide

Published June 10, 2020

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What is the applicable milestone for requesting expense reimbursement for government mortgage loans?

For government mortgage loans, the applicable milestone is 60 days after the date the final FHA, VA, or RD claim proceeds are submitted to Fannie Mae.

Note: If the servicer submits a request for reimbursement of advances after the date Fannie Mae specifies for the submission of the final request for expense reimbursement, Fannie Mae will deny the request.

For more information please see: E-5-01: Requesting Reimbursement for Expenses.

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