In its first full quarter under government conservatorship, Fannie Mae continued to focus its workout efforts on giving homeowners unsecured personal loans to cover past-due amounts.

The HomeSaver Advance Program — in which a servicer makes a personal loan to a homeowner to bring the mortgage current and then sells the new debt to Fannie — once again made up the biggest portion of the government-sponsored enterprise’s workouts in the fourth quarter.

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