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Freddie Mac Aug 13
The avg. 30-Yr FRM ticks up to 2.96% Chief Economist : “These low rates are providing a boost to the housing market while homebuyer demand remains strong, especially for those in search of an entry-level home.”
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Freddie Mac Aug 10
Donna Corley, EVP and Head of Single-Family, discusses mortgage relief options for those struggling as a result of COVID-19:
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Freddie Mac Aug 7
These green features can home can help homeowners save on utilities while reducing their environmental footprint.
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Freddie Mac Aug 6
The avg. 30-Yr FRM falls to 2.88% Chief Economist : "We expect rates to stay low and continue to propel the purchase market forward. However, the main barrier to rising demand remains the lack of inventory, especially for entry-level homes."
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Freddie Mac Aug 5
Our midyear outlook projects marginal reductions in rents as the multifamily market responds to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more:
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Freddie Mac Aug 4
Congratulations to Charlotte Catalfo, Riham El-Lakany, Terri Merlino, Cecelia Raine, Leanne Spies and Jacqueline Welch on being named HousingWire Women of Influence during one of the most competitive years for the award.
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Freddie Mac Aug 4
Disaster preparedness comes in many forms, learn the preventative tactics that are helping homeowners to secure their properties.
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Freddie Mac Aug 3
Our vital support during COVID-19 combined with our strong results this quarter reinforces the critical role Freddie Mac plays in the U.S. housing finance system.
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Freddie Mac Jul 30
In the second quarter we continued to serve as a stabilizing force for the housing market while taking new steps toward exiting conservatorship.
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Freddie Mac Jul 30
The avg. 30-Yr FRM dips to 2.99% Chief Economist : "Real estate is one of the bright spots in the economy with current purchase demand up 20% from a year ago & modest decline in home prices. Home sales should remain strong into the fall."
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WTOP Jul 27
They go by many names — granny flats, artist studios, in-law suites, she sheds — but they are all technically accessory dwelling units, and Freddie Mac research shows a dramatic growth in homeowners who have them.
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Freddie Mac Jul 27
Reminder: homeowners and renters can add disaster-specific coverage to insurance policies to increase protection.
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Freddie Mac Jul 24
Marking our 50th anniversary today, CEO David Brickman discusses Freddie Mac’s impact over the last 50 years and our commitment to leading the industry forward.
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Freddie Mac Jul 23
The avg. 30-Yr FRM rose to 3.01% Chief Economist : "Housing demand continues to rebound, but the swoon in economic activity caused the 10-Yr Treasury benchmark to drop."
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HousingWire Jul 20
Included is an interactive map that breaks down Freddie Mac's funding by state for both single-family homes and multifamily rental units it has financed since 1970.
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Freddie Mac Jul 20
To celebrate 50 years of making home possible, we’ve launched an interactive map to showcase Freddie Mac’s impact across all 50 states over the last five decades.
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CIO.com Jul 15
The modern delivery model has transformed , allowing it to increase development velocity and quality, Frank Nazzaro tells in this Q&A:
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Freddie Mac Jul 16
Our latest research examines the rapid growth of accessory dwelling units and their impact on the nation's affordable housing crisis.
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Freddie Mac Jul 16
The avg. 30-Yr FRM drops to 2.98% Chief Economist : "Mortgage rates fell below 3% for the first time in 50 years, which has led to increased homebuyer demand, however the rise in new virus cases has caused the economic recovery to stagnate."
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Freddie Mac Jul 15
Debby Jenkins, Freddie Mac Head of Multifamily, shares insight into the stability and support that our multifamily business is providing during the pandemic.
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