Maximum of 250 characters.
Please review your form for errors
Your feedback has been received by Freddie Mac's Public Relations Department. While we may not be able to reply to you individually, your feedback helps us shape future blog posts for our subscribers. We hope to incorporate answers to commonly asked questions in future posts. Thank you for your feedback.
Perspectives feature insights from our company's leaders into key trends in the housing industry.
VP Multifamily Affordable Housing Production
Vice President, Production & Sales
SVP Single-Family Affordable Lending and Access to Credit
VP Single-Family Servicer Performance Management
We remain in excellent financial health and we are fully supporting our mission of providing liquidity, stability and affordability to the rental and home purchase markets.
Last month, leaders from across the multifamily industry converged in Phoenix for Freddie Mac Multifamily's annual Customer Conference. The energy, enthusiasm and growth tells an important story about our business in 2017 and beyond.
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.
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.
Our first Freddie Mac 55+ Survey found that shifting housing choices by Baby Boomers and older adults may sharpen the already acute shortage of affordable housing.
Ten years ago, Freddie Mac Multifamily envisioned a future multifamily housing finance system, and began the process of transforming our business – and we haven't looked back.
Public policies around financing multifamily rental housing and single-family housing differ greatly because who benefits and how social benefits are delivered differ greatly.
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.
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 we issued our 80th K-Deal, tallying $100 billion in these commercial mortgage-backed securities since June 2009. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this achievement.
Strong flows of both debt, in the form of mortgage loans, and equity, raised through investors, have created a market awash in liquidity. It was the talk of every industry event.
Our new, innovative Small Balance Loan offering creates a broad platform for bringing much-needed liquidity, consistency, and stability to a vital market segment.