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InformationWeek Lauds Freddie CIO For Driving Change

Wall Street & Technology names Freddie Mac CIO Rob Lux to its Elite Eight for the IT division's success at driving change and bringing new technology to the company and its customers. More


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This Week's Housing Headlines

The mortgage markets struggle to find a solid footing. Read our recap of the week's housing news for that story and more. More


Homeownership

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It's National Hispanic Heritage Month, when we recognize and celebrate the heritage and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans and the contributions they've made to the United States. To help celebrate, let's start by getting educated. More


Rental Housing

Portrait of a "Ruthless Defaulter"

Why do commercial real estate borrowers default? More


Research & Analysis

53% of Americans Believe House Prices Will Rise in Coming Year

When asked if home prices in general would go up, down or stay the same over the next 12 months, the vast majority (84%) of Americans said that they expected them to rise or stay the same. Read about other key findings in Bankrate’s September 2014 Financial Security Index. More


Research & Analysis

Housing Markets Struggle to Keep Stable Momentum

Two steps forward and one step backward sums up the latest release of MiMi as housing markets struggle to keep stable momentum. More


Homeownership

Your HAMP Modification Interest Rate May Reset This Year

If you received a HAMP loan modification in 2009, the interest rate on your mortgage may have or will soon reset to a higher rate. Find out how much. More


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This Week's Housing Headlines

Mortgage myths, millennial homeownership, and new maps that shed light on how minorities fared in the mortgage boom/bust. They all made headlines this week. More


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Freddie Mac: Top Company for Hispanics

Hispanic Business recently named Freddie Mac, once again, one of the 2014 Best Companies for Diversity. More


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Homeowner Confidence at Four-Year High

Did you know that some 65% of homeowners say they are confident they would get the asking price for their home if they put it on the market today? That’s up from 40% in 2010. More


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