Freddie Mac on the state of housing affordability

Join Danny Gardner, SVP of Client and Community Engagement, Freddie Mac Single-Family, as he moderates an industry panel of experts on The State of Affordability

The challenges faced by first-time homebuyers and those in underserved communities are daunting within a landscape transformed by financial hardships due to COVID-19, rising debt burdens, housing inventory shortages and unequal access to resources and credit. While historically low interest rates and a still robust real estate market counter these headwinds, understanding the trends and their implications to various borrower populations is critical to partnerships across the housing ecosystem. 

This panel will identify significant data and trends impacting the future and outline key challenges. Get up to speed on today’s housing market and discover how the industry can evolve to better serve tomorrow’s market, together.

Date & Time: December 17, 1 pm CT
Company: Freddie Mac

Danny Gardner
SVP, Client and Community Engagement, Single-Family
Freddie Mac
Sam Khater
Chief Economist
Freddie Mac
Alanna McCargo
VP for the Housing Finance Policy Center (HFPC)
The Urban Institute
Dr. Christopher Herbert
Managing Director
Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies 

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