August 21, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

Weekly Housing Headlines on Tablet

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

"What's the mortgage rate outlook for the future? 'Clouded'" (Memphis Business Journal, August 17)

"CFPB offers new TRID tool for real estate agents and Realtors" (HousingWire, August 17)

"Don't forget the old folks" (Mortgage News Daily, August 17)

"Seniors, not millennials, are creating new households" (Wall Street Journal, August 18)

"Good news: Homeowners spend like it's 2006" (CNN Money, August 18)

"Cash sales continue year-over-year retreat" (Mortgage News Daily, August 18)

"CalHFA to provide lower rates for multifamily developers" (National Mortgage News, August 18)

"Fannie, Freddie regulator leaves affordable-housing targets little changed" (Wall Street Journal, August 19)

"UPDATE 2-Strong jobs, weak inflation data muddy Fed rate debate – minutes" (Reuters, August 19)

"Global economy woes hit markets" (BBC News, August 20)

"U.S. leading indicator slip on building permits" (Reuters, August 20)

"RealtyTrac: Foreclosure filings up 7% in July" (HousingWire, August 20)

"Mortgage rates hold steady this week" (Washington Post, August 20)

"U.S. home sales notch new post-recession high in July" (MarketWatch, August 20)

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