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Freddie Mac Apr 25
Rates Continue to Climb: The 30-Yr FRM avg. 4.20% Chief Economist : Despite the recent rise in mortgage rates, both existing and new home sales continue to show strength – indicating the lagged effect of lower rates on housing demand.
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Freddie Mac Apr 25
Our pioneering credit risk transfer program continues to transform the housing industry.
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Freddie Mac Apr 24
How can lenders improve the experience of millennials who have feelings of regret after their home purchases?
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Freddie Mac Apr 24
Join the Freddie Mac team as we head to the IMN Credit Risk Transfer Symposium to discuss how CRT is shaping the future of finance.
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Freddie Mac Apr 23
In the market to become a homeowner? These questions will help you determine how much home you can afford.
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Freddie Mac Apr 23
Collaboration is key to bringing innovation to the marketplace.
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Freddie Mac Apr 22
Not just on , but every day, we're doing our part to create responsible and sustainable practices in every area of our business.
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Freddie Mac Apr 19
The average down payment for first-time homebuyers is 5% – not 20%. Saving might be easier than you think once you understand your options and these two key principles.
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Freddie Mac Apr 19
Test your knowledge: The average down payment for first-time homebuyers is __%
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Freddie Mac Apr 18
Our LIHTC Equity Fund with CAHEC is helping meet our with investments in rural and underserved communities.
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Freddie Mac Apr 18
The 30-Yr FRM avg. 4.17% Chief Economist : "While this week marks the third consecutive week of rises, purchase activity reached a nine-year high – indicative of a strong spring homebuying season."
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Freddie Mac Apr 17
Getting pre-approved can help you achieve homeownership faster this spring homebuying season. Here's how:
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Freddie Mac Apr 16
Get research and analysis on housing trends, the economy and the mortgage market from Chief Economist and Freddie Mac's Economic & Housing Research Group
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Freddie Mac Apr 15
We need your help because America’s most underserved communities need your help.
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Freddie Mac Apr 13
Want to make sure you're on the right route this spring homebuying season? Here are a few "pit stops" most prospective buyers make on the road to homeownership.
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Freddie Mac Apr 11
Think young, educated, affluent people are choosing cities over the suburbs? Think again.
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Freddie Mac Apr 11
The avg. 30-Yr FRM inched up to 4.12% Chief Economist : "Rates moved up slightly this week while mortgage applications decreased following last week’s jump in rates – indicating borrower sensitivity to changing mortgage rates."
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Freddie Mac Apr 10
When starting your homebuying "road trip" be sure to pack your car with trusted professionals who will help you avoid bumps in the road. Here are some of the people you'll want to invite with you on your journey this spring homebuying season.
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Freddie Mac Apr 9
We’re working to address the affordable housing crisis. Our latest research shows that Miami, San Diego & Los Angeles are the 3 most rent-burdened areas in the U.S. See the rest of the cities on the top 20 list.
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Freddie Mac Apr 8
What are the three most rent-burdened metro areas in the U.S.?
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