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Housing Professionals

Housing Professionals Resource Center

Resources for you and your clients that support our mutual goal of helping borrowers obtain and sustain responsible homeownership. Here you will find details on our mortgage product solutions (including Home Possible®), our foreclosure prevention options, helpful web links, ready-to-print consumer-friendly fact sheets in English and Spanish, and more.
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Housing Professionals Outreach News Subscription Center

Be one of the first to find out about Freddie Mac trainings for housing professionals, new or updated policies that could impact your clients, borrower outreach tools and initiatives, and more.
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Education and Training Tools

Looking for learning opportunities and tools you can use to educate yourself and your clients about Freddie Mac's borrower outreach initiatives? Register for our housing professionals-focused webinars, view our videos, and customize and download our consumer-focused presentations and materials here.
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This multilingual financial education curriculum and consumer outreach initiative is designed to help your clients build and maintain better credit, make sound financial decisions, and understand the steps to sustainable homeownership.
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Borrower Help Centers and Network

Through our on-the-ground Borrower Help Centers and national Network, we work with trusted national nonprofit intermediaries to support Freddie Mac’s ongoing commitment of preparing prospective buyers for responsible homeownership and helping struggling borrowers with Freddie Mac-owned mortgages avoid foreclosure.
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Loan Prospector® Outreach

Quickly and objectively determine whether your client is ready to apply for a mortgage through this easy-to-use, online assessment tool for housing counselors.
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Our Communities

We make a positive difference in the diverse communities we serve by connecting America's families with resources that help them recover from the housing crisis and thrive.
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