Who Is Freddie Mac?
Freddie Mac is a stockholder-owned corporation chartered by Congress to increase the supply of money that mortgage lenders, such as commercial banks, mortgage bankers, savings institutions and credit unions, can make available to homebuyers and multifamily investors.
The American Dream
Freddie Mac is a shareholder-owned company whose people are dedicated to improving the quality of life by making the American dream of decent, accessible housing a reality. We link Main Street to Wall Street by purchasing and securitizing home mortgages. By doing so, we ultimately provide homeowners and renters with lower housing costs and better access to home financing.
Since our inception in 1970, Freddie Mac has financed homes for 26 million families---equal to one of every six homes in America!
Freddie Mac is a publicly traded Fortune 100 company. As a national leader in the secondary mortgage market, we are one of America’s top 5 diversified financial companies. In January of 2002, we reported our 31st consecutive year of profit and we're still going strong. For the sixth consecutive year, Freddie Mac has been named among the most successful, well managed companies on Fortune magazine’s “Most Admired” list.
That's not all. Computerworld lists Freddie Mac as one of the 100 best places to work in information technology in the U.S. for 2002.
We have an excellent record of hiring, diversity, company growth, benefits, salary increases, training, and promotions.
All of this adds up to make Freddie Mac an excellent place to work!