There are several ways for real estate professionals to participate in the sale of HomePath® (Fannie Mae-owned) properties:
Registration Process: Agents and Brokers can register online on HomePath.com under the Real Estate Professionals tab. Registering with Fannie Mae assures that you will be notified when Fannie Mae is looking for new real estate professionals in your area. Registering does not make you a Fannie Mae broker, nor does it mean you will automatically start receiving listings from Fannie Mae.
When our current broker network cannot meet our needs, applications will be distributed and considered based on geographic location and work demand. Brokers in a particular geography who meet our qualification requirements will then go through a competitive selection process. Keep in mind, we don't know when new brokers will be needed, so you shouldn't expect/plan to receive listings from Fannie Mae in the near term.
We pay competitive commissions and may offer incentives to real estate professionals and homebuyers to help sell our properties. Locate available properties at www.HomePath.com. Contact the listing broker/agent for showing instructions if you have an interested buyer.
As a HomePath listing agent, your brokerage should be able to cover the following listing-related expenses: re-key costs, minor maintenance, minor/major repair costs, relocation assistance and other costs that may be reimbursed through Fannie Mae (usually within 45-65 days).
You may be required to do various tasks, including:
You may experience properties with environmental issues such as asbestos, mold, oil leaks, biohazards and drug contamination. As a HomePath listing agent, you must be able to identify situations that pose risk and report them immediately so that appropriate action can be taken by Fannie Mae.