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EVP, Multifamily Business David Brickman

EVP David Brickman

David Brickman is executive vice president and head of the Multifamily Business. He leads all aspects of Freddie Mac's Multifamily business - one of the largest capital providers to the US multifamily rental housing market. He is a member of the company's senior operating committee and reports directly to CEO Don Layton.

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Multifamily Is On a Roll

2016 was a very good year. Freddie Mac Multifamily is on track to purchase approximately $55 billion and securitize over $50 billion in loans – both new records. Barring any surprises, we believe the multifamly industry – and our business -- can grow another five to ten percent next year.

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55+ Renters: A Tale of Growing Demand

Much of the conversation regarding affordable rental housing tends to focus on younger households – in particular, Millennials. However recent findings from our first Freddie Mac 55+ Survey suggest that shifting housing choices by the Baby Boomers and those older may significantly exacerbate the already acute shortage of affordable housing in the years to come.

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Keep It Moving

Ten years ago, Freddie Mac Multifamily envisioned a future multifamily housing finance system, and began the process of transforming our business – and we haven’t looked back.

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It's About the Buildings and the Tenants

Public policy regarding financing multifamily rental housing is very different from that in financing single-family housing primarily because the intended beneficiaries and the mechanics for delivering social benefits are very different.

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Still a Golden Age for the Multifamily Market


  • In the multifamily mortgage market
  • In rental demand
  • In our business
  • In demand for affordable housing

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