First of all, congratulations to home town business giant, General Mills for being named the most reputable big company in America according to the story published in Forbes Magazine. Forbes partnered with the Reputation Institute to conduct the annual research.
Not surprising was to hear the news that my old friend, Freddie Mac was named the least reputable big company in America…closely followed by Fannie Mae and Goldman Sachs.
The least reputable company on the list this year: Freddie Mac. In dead last, for the second consecutive year, the home mortgage financier earned a pulse score of 26.01, which is 3.46 points less than last year. Fannie Mae did only slightly better with 29.52 points. Goldman Sachs proves the third least reputable company, with a score of 36.95.
I’m still involved in one of the worst transactions of my career right now with a Freddie Mac owned property. What a delight.
- Freddie Mac and Its Mortgage Servicing Companies Are Denying Short Sale Approvals in Redemption Period – Minnesota (johnmurphyreports.com)
- Here We Go Again – Freddie Mac Cuts Commissions to REALTORS (johnmurphyreports.com)
- Fannie Mae Serious Delinquency rate declines, Freddie Mac rate increases (calculatedriskblog.com)
- FHFA’s DeMarco: FHFA to make decision on GSE Principal Reductions this month (calculatedriskblog.com)