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Freddie Mac holds 11% of delinquent mortgages

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Freddie Mac holds 11% of delinquent mortgages out of the national total of 4 million delinquent mortgages in the industry. 

The government-sponsored enterprise owns 22% of all outstanding first-lien home loans. While Freddie Mac owns a quarter of the industry’s 52 million first-lien home mortgages, the GSE only holds a small percentage of seriously delinquent mortgages.

Fannie Mae has only 17% of the overal delinquent mortgages. As of September, only 3.4% of single-family loans were seriously delinquent, according to data provided to HousingWire. 

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