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          Capital Markets

          Capital Markets

          Innovating to enhance the liquidity of the mortgage market and actively reduce risk for taxpayers.

          We're building a better housing finance system that's providing global investors innovative opportunities to invest in the U.S. housing market.

          Capital Markets supports the liquidity of the mortgage markets and makes funding more available by purchasing mortgage-related securities guaranteed by Freddie Mac and other financial institutions in its investment portfolio. These investments are funded by issuing corporate debt securities.

          Our expertise in capital markets and credit risk management has helped us to lead the market in offering private investors new and innovative ways to invest in the U.S. residential housing market and actively reduce less liquid loans from our investments portfolio.

          Debt Securities

          Information about debt products, disclosures and auctions

          Mortgage Securities

          Information about mortgage-backed securities and disclosures

          Seasoned Loan Offerings

          Information about RPL/NPL offerings, requirements and auctions

          Credit Risk Transfer

          Information about Single-Family CRT, including STACR® and ACIS® offerings

          Security Lookup Tools

          Retrieve Securities information based on CUSIP, Series and Class or Pool Number

          Transferring Risk Away from Taxpayers

          We're the leading innovator in programs that transfer credit risk to private investors and away from America's taxpayers.

          We've transferred a portion of credit risk on nearly
          $1.8 trillion
          of mortgages

          The Uniform Mortgage-backed Security has traded more than
          $27 trillion
          of securities since March 2019