Insights from our company's leaders into key trends in the housing industry
The results of our aggressive experiment to reach delinquent homeowners exceeded our expectations and prevented 350,000 additional foreclosures from happening.
Today Freddie Mac reported strong fundamentals with growing volumes of guarantees and continued improving credit quality in the guarantee businesses for third quarter 2015.
Growth - in the multifamily mortgage market, in rental demand, in our business, in demand for affordable housing. The topic dominated at our annual customer conference.
Over the last few years, we have shifted our mindset. We're firmly facing the future. And we're working to have a better company and a better housing finance system for all.
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While banks' inventory of foreclosed homes is down significantly from its peak during the recent housing crisis, there continues to be affordable buying opportunities nationwide.
There's no mystery why home sales have been on an upward trend. The mystery is why so many sales contracts are held up at closing by financial issues.
Our population on the whole is aging, which has repercussions for housing. We'll need to start preparing for the coming wave and taking advantage of opportunities it presents.
Today Freddie Mac announced our 15th consecutive quarter of profitability in second quarter 2015. These results show our continued progress in moving housing forward.
A home helps to keep a family connected with each other and its community. Finding an affordable place to rent that's close to work is increasingly difficult across the country.