Fannie Mae pulled back from offering unsecured advances to delinquent homeowners and significantly increased loan modifications in the first quarter, but it also provisioned heavily for credit losses.

In a quarterly report filed Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the government-sponsored enterprise said that the number of HomeSaver Advances it provided during the quarter decreased by roughly 20% from the fourth quarter, to about 20,000.

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