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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.
Ginnie In Brief 6/26/2019
The transition away from the LIBOR index, and possible use of Secured Overnight Funding Rate (SOFR) as an alternative, has become a more prominent issue in 2019, as evidenced by a recent Ginnie Mae REMIC transaction that included some SOFR-indexed classes. To read this blog, please visit this page.
Latest News
Bulletin 7/16/2019
As detailed in Bulletin 2019-024, Ginnie Mae established a schedule whereby legacy Multifamily pools will no longer be disclosed in the disclosure files. To read this bulletin, please visit this page.
Press Release 7/11/2019
Ginnie Mae today announced that issuance of its mortgage-backed securities (MBS) totaled $44.217 billion in June, the highest since December 2016. To read this press release, please visit this page.
Bulletin 7/9/2019
Ginnie Mae will be performing maintenance on its website in the early morning hours on Thursday, July 11, 2019, from 00:00 AM through 03:00 AM ET. 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:

Of the people Ginnie serves are first-time homebuyers


Households financed by government loans in Ginnie Mae securities since 1968


Our MBS portfolio balance provides crucial support to the housing recovery


Loans issued to veteran homebuyers