Freddie Mac Disaster Relief Extended to Eligible Borrowers Harmed by Texas, Oklahoma Storms

Freddie Mac Disaster Relief Extended to Eligible Borrowers Harmed by Texas, Oklahoma Storms

Freddie Mac Disaster Relief Extended to Eligible Borrowers Harmed by Texas, Oklahoma Storms

The FINANCIAL -- Freddie Mac's full menu of relief policies for borrowers affected by disaster is being extended to homeowners whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the powerful storms that swept through Oklahoma and Texas in late May.

Freddie Mac's disaster relief policies are targeted to borrowers with homes in presidentially declared Major Disaster Areas where federal Individual Assistance programs are being made available to affected individuals and households. Freddie Mac is one of the nation's largest investors in residential mortgages.

News Quote:

Attribute to Yvette Gilmore, Vice President of Single-Family Servicer Performance Management, Freddie Mac:

"Freddie Mac strongly encourages Texas and Oklahoma residents whose homes or businesses were affected by these terrible storms to call their mortgage servicer. Borrowers with mortgages owned or guaranteed by Freddie Mac may benefit from our full range of mortgage relief options. These options include forbearance on mortgage payments for up to one year. We strongly encourage borrowers to contact their servicers to discuss mortgage relief."