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We’re building a better housing finance system for homebuyers, homeowners, renters, investors, lenders and taxpayers.
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Freddie Mac Jul 19
Here are four ways going green can help you beat the heat and save on your energy bills this summer.
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Leonard Kiefer Jul 18
Monthly average 30-year fixed mortgage rates through July 18
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Freddie Mac Jul 18
The 30-Yr FRM avg. 3.81% Chief Economist : "The rise in rates was driven by continued improvement in consumer spending and partly due to optimism around a forthcoming cut in short term interest rates."
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Multi-Housing News Jul 16
WEBINAR | Join a panel of multifamily finance and investment experts from and for a dive into Texas multifamily trends on July 23 @ 12pm ET.
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Freddie Mac Jul 16
Learn what to expect in the event of a major storm & how to start the recovery process. If you were impacted by Tropical Storm Barry, contact your mortgage servicer for assistance options.
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Freddie Mac Jul 15
Learn how we’ve transformed and how our new CEO David Brickman plans to drive the future of Freddie Mac in the latest issue of .
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Freddie Mac Jul 12
Freddie Mac confirms disaster relief policies as Tropical Storm Barry approaches. Once safe from this dangerous storm, we strongly encourage homeowners whose homes or places of employment have been impacted by the storm to call their mortgage servicer.
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Freddie Mac Jul 12
Our recent Multifamily podcast examines innovative efforts to address the affordability crisis in Minnesota, a city that has been at the forefront in trying to get ahead of this issue.
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Freddie Mac Jul 12
The rapid growth of the home renovation market isn’t surprising considering today’s low mortgage rates and lack of housing supply. Here’s how you can get the most out of your home renovations.
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Freddie Mac Jul 11
In the latest issue of the Profiles in Diversity Journal, Jacqueline Welch and Dominica Groom Williams discuss Freddie Mac's innovative approach to expand our inclusion and diversity efforts.
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Freddie Mac Jul 11
The 30-Yr FRM avg. 3.75% - unchanged from last week. Chief Economist : “While rates have moderated, we’re still at nearly three-year lows, which is good news for buyers looking to purchase a home before school starts.”
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Housing Finance Strategies Jul 9
Check-out our Women in Leadership Executive Series interview of 's Chris Boyle: She said: "We’re creating the next generation of servicing solutions to help our partners work smarter and more effectively."
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Multi-Housing News Jul 9
WEBINAR | Join a panel of multifamily finance and investment experts from and for a dive into Texas multifamily trends on July 23 @ 12pm ET.
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Freddie Mac Jul 9
Do you have an emergency plan should a natural disaster strike? Following these four steps to preparedness can help you get back on your feet faster.
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Freddie Mac Single-Family Jun 12
As the number of self-employed workers increases (and they look to buy homes), what’s the opportunity for mortgage lenders?
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Diana Olick Jul 8
demand soars as more believe it's cheaper than owning a home
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Freddie Mac Jul 4
This , join us in celebrating the freedoms of homeownership.
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Freddie Mac Jul 3
Mortgage rates stabilize with 30-Yr FRM averaging 3.75% Chief Economist : “We’re seeing a tug of war happen as the fixed income market flashes warning signs while the equities market continues to march higher with optimism.”
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Freddie Mac Jul 2
CEO David Brickman shares his three principles for building the future of Freddie Mac and ensuring we are ready and able to meet new challenges.
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Freddie Mac Jul 1
David Brickman first walked in the doors of Freddie Mac over 20 years ago. Today, he is officially our CEO. Learn about David’s passion for housing and the Freddie Mac mission.
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