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2/14/2017
Ginnie Mae is informing its users of changes that impact the web addresses (URLs) that are used to access Ginnie Mae’s disclosure webpages. In order to comply with an Office of Management and Budget (OMB) federal memorandum (OMB Memorandum M-15-13) that requires all publicly-accessible federal websites and web services provide service only through a secure internet connection, Ginnie Mae now provides service through a secure internet connection (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)). At this time, the existing HTTP connection will also remain accessible. Users of disclosure data are encouraged to access via HTTPS as access to the website via HTTP will eventually be discontinued. For questions related to this bulletin, please send an email to investorinquiries@hud.gov. Inquiries to this email will be addressed within 2 business days.
2/1/2017

Ginnie Mae is announcing the publishing of additional REMIC Factor Tranche data that was not included in the REMIC 2 Factor file, remic2_201612.zip, published to the Disclosure Data Download page on January 18th.

To read this update, please visit this URL.

2/1/2017
Additional REMIC Factor Tranche data for December 2016 are posted to the Update page.

To read this bulletin, please visit this URL.
 
1/31/2017
In the January 23rd, 2017 Disclosure Bulletin, Ginnie Mae announced: The addition of its new Ginnie Mae REMIC Data Search, available on ginniemae.gov
 
To read this bulletin, please visit this URL.
1/31/2017
Per the December 9th Disclosure Bulletin, Ginnie Mae accelerated the release schedule for two HMBS monthly disclosure files.
 
To read this bulletin, please visit this URL.
1/26/2017
Ginnie Mae is making the Ginnie Mae REMIC Data Search available on ginniemae.gov.
 
To read this bulletin, please visit this URL.
 
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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 more than 40 years, Ginnie Mae has provided l​i​quidity and stability, serving as the principal financing arm for government loans and ensuring that mortgage lenders have the necessary funds to provide loans to customers.