Insights into the topics and trends that are transforming the housing industry
As many as 12 million U.S. households devote more than half their income to housing. As house prices and rents rise, the demand for affordable housing increases as well.
Despite recent reports about softness in a few very high-cost markets, multifamily continues to be robust, as indicated by steadily rising rents in most markets.
Today Freddie Mac reported another strong quarter. Our first-quarter results show how we're better serving our mission.
We haven't had a spring homebuying season like this in a decade. Wages, housing demand, and construction are up. But inventory and affordability are down. Here's what housing professionals can do to grow business and cultivate success.
The 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage is by far the most popular mortgage product for America's homebuyers. Three advantages account for its overwhelming appeal.
If you own a small multifamily property, it's good to be a landlord right now. For the better part of a decade, the multifamily market has been delivering lower vacancies and higher rent growth.
Freddie Mac SVP John Cannon shares some of his notes from the Mortgage Bankers Association's Commercial Real Estate Finance Conference.
Today Freddie Mac reported our fifth straight year of profitability. Our results reflect an improving economy and the very successful transformation of the company.
What keeps you going back to a store or restaurant, or not? Most likely, the customer experience. It's a formula for success the business-to-business world wants to replicate.
Two hundred forty-nine. That's how many unique data points lenders will be required to deliver in a digital file with each mortgage loan they sell to us starting on Sept. 25.
As we welcome 2017, it's a good time to take stock and start fresh. If your resolution is to move this new year, answering these questions can help put you in the right home.
Freddie Mac Multifamily is on track to purchase and securitize record volumes of loans. Barring any surprises, the multifamly market could grow 5 to 10 percent in 2017.