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Freddie Mac was created to increase homeownership throughout the United States. The company, which plays an important role in the American homebuying process, is a key player in the secondary mortgage market.
Essentially, Freddie Mac purchases mortgages from banks then bundles together several thousand such mortgages into a tradable security and sells the package to large investors.
The idea is that banks will use the money they obtain from selling mortgages to fund additional mortgages. Freddie Mac does not make loans directly to homebuyers.
According to its Web site – www.freddiemac.com – the process is invisible to borrowers and renters. But because Freddie Mac exists, millions of Americans have benefited from lower monthly mortgage payments and better access to home financing.
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