July 17, 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.

"Survivor from 'Alt-A' era loosens standards in bid to boost volume" (National Mortgage News, July 13)

"4 charts show where mortgage jobs are being created" (HousingWire, July 13)

"Recession-era federal mortgage scams still echo in Dallas area" (Dallas Morning News, July 14)

"Nation’s top 2 mortgage lenders see big jump in originations" (MarketWatch, July 14)

"Freddie Mac debuts $455M K-Deal with 12-20-year terms" (GlobeSt.com, July 14)

"Homes are less likely now than at any time since start of Great Recession to be in foreclosure" (MarketWatch, July 14)

"Mortgage limits may increase" (Wall Street Journal, July 15)

"Fitch: Fannie, Freddie risk-sharing deals will become more common" (HousingWire, July 15)

"The Fed teases interest rates hikes; What's your move?" (ABC News/Associated Press, July 15)

" U.S. mortgage rates increase as Fed prepares boost" (Bloomberg, July 16)

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