Freddie Mac to Launch Free Multifamily Investment Monitoring Tool

Later this month, Freddie Mac plans to launch a free database tool for investors and analysts to monitor its Multifamily K-Deal mortgage-backed securities performance and credit quality.

The Multifamily Securities Investor Access tool on Freddie Mac’s website is designed to increase transparency and save investors time by providing easy access to all post-securitization data from investor reporting packages for the securities underlying the related series of K Certificates.

The tool will be available on January 17 to anyone who completes a simple registration process that includes name, phone number, email and company name.

Investor Access features will include:

Information from all master servicers/trustees in the industry standard Commercial Real Estate Finance Council Investor Reporting Package (CREFC IRP„¢) format.
Preliminary term sheets, offering circular supplements, and deal and property level data.
Downloadable standard reports.
Data on more than 1,300 loans, supporting about $22 billion in securities.

“Investors want transparency and easy access to investment information. This new tool should enable anyone to easily track and analyze data for all our K-Deals,” says David Brickman, Senior Vice President of Freddie Mac Multifamily. “We are making all the relevant information on our K-Deals freely accessible on a public website to eliminate the need for investors to go to each trustee or third party to get the standard investor reporting information.”

Freddie Mac had 12 K-Deal offerings in 2012, representing almost $14 billion. The company issues K Certificates approximately once a month.

SOURCE: Freddie Mac

With AAOA, landlords have resources at their fingertips. Check out our Landlord Forms page.

American Apartment Owners Association offers discounts on products and services for landlords related to your rental housing investment, including rental forms, tenant debt collection, tenant background checks, insurance and financing. Find out more at