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.
Freddie Mac Announces Landmark Equitable Housing Finance Plan
Freddie Mac's Equitable Housing Finance Plan is designed to increase sustainable homeownership and rental opportunities for Black and Latino communities across the nation.
Fact Sheet: Equitable Housing Finance Plan
Learn more about the five key areas Freddie Mac is exploring as part of the company's first Equitable Housing Finance Plan.
Our Renewed Commitment to Equitable Housing: Follow the Data
Our Renewed Commitment to Equitable Housing: Follow the Data (10754111)
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.
Almost 50% of Black and Hispanic Borrowers Could Save $1,200 Annually
The recent record low mortgage interest rates provide many borrowers with an opportunity to save thousands of dollars by lowering their mortgage rate through refinancing. But a closer look at who is refinancing demonstrates that many borrowers who could b
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.