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Our Mission
Our mission is to bring global capital into the housing finance system - a system that runs through the core of our nation's economy - while minimizing risk to the taxpayer.
For 50 years, Ginnie Mae has provided liquidity and stability, serving as the principal financing arm for government mortgage loans and ensuring that mortgage lenders have the necessary funds to provide loans to customers.
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Ginnie in Brief 12/14/2021

Ginnie Mae finances America. For more than 50 years Ginnie Mae has brought global capital to the U.S. housing finance market at minimal risk to the U.S. taxpayer. For more details, please read the blogpost here​


Latest News
Press Releases 1/11/2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ginnie Mae today released its latest Capital Markets Live podcast, which examines the relationship between the Federal Housing Administration’s Mutual Mortgage Insurance fund and Ginnie Mae Mortgage Backed Securities. For more details, read the news release here​.   



Press Releases 1/10/2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ginnie Mae reported today its December 2021 issuance volume, maintaining the strong liquidity of the program and its value in meeting the financing needs of homeowners and rental property owners. For more details, read the press release here​.  



Bulletin 1/6/2022
Ginnie Mae is implementing stratification record type 26 for repooled loans in the MBS Single-Family Pool Supplemental File. To read this bulletin, please visit this page.

The Ginnie Mae Difference

Since 1968, Ginnie Mae has leveraged the government guaranty at minimal cost and risk to the American taxpayer, while dramatically lowering the cost of finding a home for millions of households. Here’s how Ginnie supports the housing market:
68.4Percent

Of the People Ginnie Mae served in 2021 were First-time Home Buyers

22Million

Single family households Ginnie Mae financed over the last 10 years

$2.13Trillion

Our MBS portfolio balance provides crucial support to the housing market

1,505,065Loans

issued to veteran home buyers in 2021

If you have questions about your mortgage loan, please contact the servicer of your mortgage.
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