The Role of Freddie Mac in Real Estate Financing


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What's another name for Freddie Mac?

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1. When was Freddie Mac charted?

2. How does Freddie Mac help create liquidity in the mortgage markets?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Is Freddie Mac a person? Guess again! Use these assessment tools to learn more about this company and to answer quiz questions related to Freddie Mac's creation as well as its role in the mortgage industry.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll need to know about the following to do well on the quiz:

  • Freddie Mac's other name
  • When Freddie Mac was chartered
  • This company's role in the mortgage market
  • Description of what the company is
  • What happens when Freddie Mac doesn't hold the mortgages it buys

Skills Practice

  • Reading comprehension - ensure you draw the most important information regarding liquidity in the mortgage market from the related lesson
  • Knowledge application - apply knowledge to answer a question about what happens to loans that Freddie Mac doesn't hold
  • Information recall - access your knowledge regarding the year Freddie Mac was chartered

Additional Learning

Want to find out more about this company? Check out the lesson entitled The Role of Freddie Mac in Real Estate Financing. You'll learn about the following:

  • What Freddie Mac doesn't do
  • Fannie Mae
  • 2007 financial crisis