August 28, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

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

"Historic project to preserve public housing" (, August 24)

"Why the economy is OK, even if stocks aren't" (CNN Money, August 24)

"Does your mortgage pre-approval hold water?" (Fox News, August 24)

"Homeowner's insurance costs twice as much with poor credit" (HousingWire, August 24)

"Housing market gains steam as July new-home sales rebound" (MarketWatch, August 25)

"S&P Case-Shiller: Home prices continue rise in June" (HousingWire, August 25)

"Multifamily complex gets Freddie Mac funds" (, August 26)

"Market turmoil prompts new speculation on the Fed's timetable" (New York Times, August 26)

"Housing markets improve nationwide: Freddie Mac" (National Mortgage News, August 26)

"Greystone provides $58 million refinancing loan for California community" (Senior Housing News, August 26)

"Renters of single-family homes more likely to buy: Freddie Mac" (National Mortgage News, August 26)

"Mortgage rates tumble following stock market turbulence" (Washington Post, August 27)

"Pending home sales basically flat in July" (MortgageOrb, August 27)

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