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Renters Resource Finder

If you’re facing financial uncertainty and rent an apartment in a property with a mortgage backed by Fannie Mae, we’re here to help.

Use our Renters Resource Finder to see if your apartment building is financed by Fannie Mae, and learn what kinds of support may be available to you, such as:

  • Access to personal assistance from HUD-approved housing counselors.
  • Information on Federal and state housing assistance and other programs.

Did you know?

Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), renters in a property with a mortgage backed by Fannie Mae who are facing eviction for nonpayment of rent must be given at least 30 days’ notice to vacate the property.

Find your apartment or rental complex

To use the Renters Resource Finder, enter the main address of your apartment or rental complex — usually the leasing office address.

If you don’t know the main address of your rental complex, try entering the address of your rental unit. Addresses that don’t exactly match Fannie Mae records may not show results.

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Read Fannie Mae’s Privacy Notice and Legal Disclosure. Results may not be complete or accurate. Check with your landlord or property manager to confirm the property is financed by Fannie Mae.  A “match found” result does not imply that you will qualify for available resources.

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