Loan Look-Up Tool

To understand the options available for getting help with your mortgage it's important for you to know who owns your loan.

Using the secured look-up tool below, you can quickly find out if Freddie Mac owns your loan. Please enter your information carefully – a spelling error or other small mistake could cause an inaccurate result. Abbreviations, typos, or including the "Street Type" in the "Street Name" field can also lead to inaccurate results.

Support Information

If you are having difficulty paying your mortgage on time, your lender (also referred to as a mortgage servicer) should be your first call for assistance. They want to help you. Their telephone number and mailing address should be listed on your monthly statement.

Home Affordable Refinance Program® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Treasury.

Self-Service Lookup

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Please use only numbers, letters and hyphens.

Please use only numbers, letters and hyphens.

Do not include "Street", "Avenue", "Drive", etc.

Why do we ask for Social Security?

Why do we ask for your Social Security Number

  • Freddie Mac takes protecting your privacy seriously. We ask for your Social Security Number (SSN) to help us confirm that the requested information is being given to the mortgage holder or to someone authorized by the mortgage holder to receive the information.
  • We ask for your SSN because it allows us to quickly and accurately determine if your mortgage is held by Freddie Mac and to deliver an answer to you immediately. Providing a SSN increases the speed and accuracy of the look-up response.
  • We take measures to protect the SSN that you deliver to us (see below).

How do we handle your SSN after you enter it?

  • The SSN you enter within this form is only used to answer your specific look-up request. We do not save the number you enter or distribute it to a third party for any other purpose.
  • All information you enter in this form is transmitted from your web browser to our site via an encrypted communication channel. Please review our privacy policy for more details.

Do you have to provide your SSN number?

  • No. If you wish, you may submit an email request that does not require your SSN. Our customer service representatives will respond as quickly as they can, but given current demand it may take several days. Please be patient.

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