Comment Letter to Freddie Mac on its Draft Duty to Serve Underserved Markets Plan

|   By
Andrew Jakabovics ,
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
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Comments on Freddie Mac’s draft Duty to Serve Underserved Market Plan (UMP) for 2018–2020.

Enterprise strongly supports the final Duty to Serve rule, and we applaud both FHFA and Freddie Mac for engaging stakeholders and soliciting input throughout the rulemaking and implementation process. This letter provides comments on eight specific aspects of Freddie Mac’s draft UMP:

• Purchases of loans that preserve subsidized affordable housing
• Housing Credit equity investments
• Equity investments in workforce housing
• Entity-level support to community development financial institutions (CDFIs)
• Purchases of small multifamily loans
• Loans that improve the energy efficiency of multifamily properties
• Provisions related to distressed properties and communities
• Provisions related to rural housing

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