Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are accepting loans from borrowers who crowdfund their downpayments in a pilot program launched by CMG Financial this month. Geared especially toward millennials, HomeFundMe allows borrowers who take out a loan with the California-based company, to gather individual monetary gifts through their social media and email accounts. The platform is similar to the popular GoFundmMe donation-raising site. But, these funds are used specifically for a downpayment on a home. HomeFundMe can also be linked to things like graduation or wedding registries. HomeFundMe is also the first crowdfunding service that Fannie and Freddie have approved.