June 26, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

News Tablet with This Week's Housing Headlines

Read some of the key articles related to the mortgage market, housing, and the broader economy.

"States with the highest foreclosure rates" (USA Today, June 21)

"On the House: Program helps homeowners modify mortgage terms" (Philadelphia Inquirer, June 21)

"Harney: Reverse mortgage trap may be fixed" (The Columbian, June 21)

"Home sales jump: Can first-time buyers jolt builders?" (Investor's Business Daily, June 22)

"Here's why mortgage modifications have changed dramatically in last year" (MarketWatch, June 22)

"Concerns lurk beneath the good news in May existing-home sales" (Housing Wire, June 22)

"Here's why home sales are finally surging" (Salt Lake Tribune/Associated Press, June 23)

"Sales of new U.S. homes rise to highest level in seven years" (Bloomberg, June 23)

"Homeownership hits another record low" (Time, June 23)

"Fannie Mae follows Freddie Mac's lead and offers underwriter tools for free" (theMReport.com, June 23)

"First-time buyers grab a bigger share of the real estate market" (Washington Post, June 24)

"Underwater homeowners concentrate in minority neighborhoods" (Wall Street Journal, June 24)

"Freddie Mac index shows new markets leading way" (National Mortgage News, June 24)

"Strong housing data pushes 30-year fixed mortgage rate higher" (Washington Post, June 25)

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