Freddie Mac Blog

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

Five Quick Tips About Apartment Leases

If you're moving into a new home this summer, it's important to be informed before you sign a rental lease.

First-time Buyers Are Finally on the Rise

First-time buyers represented 46 percent of Freddie Mac's purchased loans in the first quarter, which was the largest share in recent history. Can it continue?

Who Is The Borrower of the Future?

As we wrap up National Homeownership Month, what better time to look at the future of homeownership.

5 Reasons to be Optimistic About Homeownership

Find out why Freddie Mac's outlook for homeownership looks bright in coming years.

Your Home, Our Economy

From your hometown to the national stage, the housing market has big impact on the economy. In fact, it accounted for approximately 12.3% of our GDP in 2017.

Helping Families Stay in Their Homes

We're reimagining the mortgage experience to help keep homeowners in their homes through simpler policies and programs.

The Power of Attachment

Did you know that homeownership helps foster stronger, more stable neighborhoods? It's true. Check out all of the social benefits owning a home can bring.

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.

Credit Risk Transfer:  Trillion Milestone

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.