Freddie Mac Blog

Helpful information and tips on buying, owning or renting a home and the housing market

Your Home and Your Community's Bottom Line

As a homeowner, you're not only making an investment in your future, you're investing in your local economy – in up to 26 ways

Get Into a Home This June

This National Homeownership Month we're celebrating borrowers and lenders as we reimagine the mortgage experience to make homeownership possible.

There's No Place Like Home

The pride of homeownership, coupled with a sense of freedom, gives you the power to make your home uniquely yours, from the outside in.

An Employment Leg Up with NextJob Partnership

A new Freddie Mac partnership with NextJob will provide job search assistance to current and aspiring homeowners living in designated underserved markets.

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Credit Risk Transfer: $1 Trillion Milestone

Credit risk transfer is changing the way the U.S. residential housing market is funded – and we're leading the way.

Inflation Protection (It's Real!)

Inflation touches virtually everything we purchase, except your fixed-rate mortgage.

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Adding Equity Up

Homeownership has cemented its role as part of the American Dream, providing families with a place that is their own and an avenue to build wealth through equity. Let's see how this equity adds up.

Why Homeownership Matters: The Triple Bottom Line

To celebrate National Homeownership Month, we're launching a blog series to show how homeownership impacts us, from providing social stability to fueling our national economy.

2018 Spring Homebuying Season Quiz

Have you enjoyed our Spring Homebuying Season Blog Series? Prove it!

You're a Homeowner! Now What?

Owning a home comes with responsibilities, but it also comes with a lot of freedom.

Closing: What to Expect

Closing is exciting because it's the final step in purchasing your home, but it can also be overwhelming. Learn what to expect.

Leveraging Your Rate

When it comes to mortgage rates, the lower the better. See how taking the extra time to shop around can help you.