Insights into the topics and trends that are transforming the housing industry
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Freddie Mac is pursuing big ideas to change the landscape of servicing for each loan that our clients see in their loan portfolio—down to the smallest detail. This will be a collective effort to transform the servicing landscape.
Freddie Mac is now a well-run financial institution that produces good earnings without undue volatility, steadily reducing the taxpayers’ exposure to our risks and fulfilling our Congressionally-mandated mission.
This spring homebuying season will certainly have a new ring to it. In fact, this year will be the first homebuying season in more than a decade where those buying a home, rather than those refinancing a home, will dominate the market.
As Freddie Mac continues to evolve, we are more sharply focusing on inclusion. For us, inclusion itself is not a program; instead, it's a mindset.
For Single-Family Credit Risk Transfer, 2018 marked a year of milestones and continued innovation.
2018 was another excellent year for Freddie Mac. Ten years after the financial crisis, our transformed business model continues to produce solid earnings.
Over the past year, the unemployment rate dropped, mortgage rates rose, home sales declined and home prices increased in most areas of the country. What will 2019 bring?
Last month, Freddie Mac Multifamily and our partners in the industry made our way to Nashville for the 2018 Freddie Mac Multifamily annual conference in Tennessee.
Freddie Mac is performing exceptionally well. Our company's financial performance is very strong and we're fully supporting our mission of creating liquidity, stability and affordability.
Amid the backdrop of rising interest rates and declining origination volume, lenders need a leg up to cast a wider net for borrowers, including the self-employed.