Reference Rates Transition
Freddie Mac Announces Replacement Index Selections for Its Legacy LIBOR Products
Freddie Mac will transition its legacy U.S. dollar (USD) LIBOR-indexed contracts to an index based on the Secured Overnight Financing Rate (SOFR) for loans and securities for which Freddie Mac is responsible for selecting the replacement index. See the news release and replacement index selections.
Freddie Mac is working closely with the Federal Housing Finance Agency and other industry participants on a thoughtful and deliberate process to replace or end the use of certain established reference rates, such as LIBOR, COFI and CMT, in its products, issuances and contracts.
Information on the LIBOR Transition at Freddie Mac
For Seller-Servicers of Single-Family ARMs
- Single-Family ARM Playbook pdf
- Single-Family FAQs pdf
- LIBOR-to-SOFR Transition Timeline
- SOFR-Indexed ARMs Product Page
- Ready. Set. SOFR! Video
- Resources and System Updates to Help Guide Your LIBOR Transition
- SOFR At-a-Glance for Selling and Delivery
- SOFR - How to Get Ready and What’s Changing for Selling & Delivery
- SOFR ARM Fact Sheet
- For Credit Risk Transfer (CRT) Investors
- For Optigo® Lenders and Multifamily Investors
- For Capital Markets Investors
For Consumers: Information on Refinancing Your LIBOR or COFI ARMs
- My Home Refinancing
- Should I refinance? (consumerfinance.gov) pdf
- CFPB Joins Other Financial Regulatory Agencies in Issuing Statement on Discontinuation of LIBOR | Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (consumerfinance.gov)
- LIBOR Is Being Phased Out. How Will My Mortgage Be Affected? – My Home by Freddie Mac
Information on the COFI Transition at Freddie Mac
Information on the Discontinuation of CMT at Freddie Mac
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