Single-Family Social Bonds
Freddie Mac provides liquidity and support to the single-family market through a variety of activities that include the purchase, securitization and guarantee of single-family loans originated by lenders. We are committed to helping more families attain affordable and sustainable housing and to increasing equitable access to housing finance, and certain of our loan products and programs have been designed to address ESG issues, such as energy efficiency and affordability challenges, particularly in underserved markets.
Freddie Mac is proud to share its Single-Family Social MBS and Corporate Social Debt Bonds Framework and associated Sustainalytics Second Party Opinion as the next step in supporting its mission to provide affordability to the housing market.
Freddie Mac Single-Family Social MBS have not been designed to satisfy the social, affordable, sustainable or other "social" criteria of any third-party framework, other than as described in the Single-Family Social Bond Framework and the Sustainalytics Second Party Opinion.
Sustainalytics provides second opinions on institutions' frameworks. The Sustainalytics opinion is not a guarantee that the Social MBS satisfy your "social" investment needs or criteria, is not a recommendation to buy, sell or hold Social MBS described in the Single-Family Social Bond Framework, is only current as of the date of its issuance and is only applicable to the Single-Family Social Bond Framework.
Please see our UMBS and MBS Offering Circular for more information on the risks of an investment in Social MBS.
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