I hope this helps some of my fellow REOPRO friends! Just a few items that I have learned about Fannie Mae.I applied to Fannie Mae about three months and my application was approved. This is the link that I used to apply for those of you that have asked where to find it.http://www.fanniemae.com/aboutfm/procurement/reobroker.jhtmlThen I received an email that said I was approved for the Fannie Mae website, which included a log-in and password. This is not an approval from NPDC (National Property Disposition Center) this is the management center, which is the next step in being approved as a REO vendor for Fannie Mae.There is also a requirement of the following to be approved:Our minimum supplier qualifications require that your company must:• have been in business for at least one year, and be able to demonstrate revenue for this period. (You may not obtain more than 70 percent of your revenue from Fannie Mae)• have a professional place of business outside of Fannie Mae, and be able to provide that business address to Fannie Mae• be able to provide a completed W-9 form to Fannie Mae• be able to provide a certificate of insurance evidencing the insurance coverage appropriate for the level and type of business to be conducted with Fannie Mae• have and maintain a minimum of three W-2 employeesFannie Mae expects its suppliers to adhere to the tenets outlined in its Supplier Requirements for Contractors and Consultants.I hope this helps answer some of your questions and points you in the right direction. If anyone has been successful at gaining a direct relationship with Fannie Mae please share.