A year after issuing its first Single-Family Green Mortgage Backed Security on Earth Day 2020, Fannie Mae has now completed 25 transactions for the program, totaling $167 million in bonds backed by mortgages on newly constructed, energy-efficient homes. Most of the issuances have included 30-year fixed-rate mortgages, but recent offerings have pooled 15-year fixed-rate mortgages.
“Fannie Mae’s Single-Family Green MBS transactions are part of our broader ESG efforts,” Arthur Johnson, vice president, single family markets at Fannie Mae, said.
ESG stands for environmental, social and governance — three categories of non-financial disclosures that consumers and investors are increasingly interested in. During a panel details ⇒
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