Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
At Freddie Mac, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) is more than a business imperative – it’s a mindset. As leaders in DEI, we are committed to promoting equity, igniting innovation through diverse perspectives, and instilling a culture where people feel comfortable to be their authentic selves in the workplace. Most importantly, we’re committed to encouraging equitable and sustainable homeownership and rental opportunities for traditionally underserved Black and Latino communities.
2023 Equitable Housing Plan (Year 2)
Freddie Mac’s 2023 Equitable Housing Finance Plan builds on the work we started last year to give families in all communities the chance to have a quality, affordable and sustainable place to call “home.”
Fact Sheet: 2023 Equitable Housing Finance Plan (Year 2)
Learn more about Freddie Mac’s plan to continue to advance equitable and sustainable ownership and rental opportunities for all.
How Freddie Mac Embedded DEI in its DNA
Freddie Mac has long understood that our people and practices should reflect the country’s diverse housing needs.
Addressing the Homeownership Gap by Serving the Underserved
Freddie Mac made a commitment to expand access to credit to underserved communities through responsible and impactful initiatives.
Fact Sheet: 2022 Equitable Housing Finance Plan (Year 1)
Learn more about the key areas Freddie Mac is exploring as part of the company’s Equitable Housing Finance Plan.
2022 Equitable Housing Plan (Year 1)
Freddie Mac’s Equitable Housing Finance Plan looks closely at the current housing environment and puts forth meaningful and challenging solutions that advance equitable and sustainable ownership and rental opportunities for all.
Growing and Scaling Equitable Outcomes in the Multifamily Business
Did you know there are 44 million renter households in the United States? That's 44 million different homes with large and small families, people living alone or with roommates.
Diverse Businesses Get a Boost from Freddie Mac Supplier Academy
At Freddie Mac, we're committed to helping minority and women-owned businesses succeed by reducing roadblocks through our Supplier Academy.
One of the Most Important Challenges our Industry will Face: The Significant Shortage of Starter Homes
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the housing market was facing a substantial housing supply shortage and that deficit has grown.
We're giving minority and women-owned businesses the tools and access they need to expand their business with Freddie Mac.
We are committed to addressing disparities in homeownership and increasing generational wealth building.