September 25, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

This Week's Housing Headlines Tablet

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

"Fed can't solve housing puzzle alone" (Wall Street Journal, September 20)

"US home sales slide in August after 3 months of solid gains" (ABC News/Associated Press, September 21)

"GSEs struggle to update credit scoring models" (National Mortgage News, September 21)

"U.S. home prices rose more than estimated in July, FHFA says" (Bloomberg, September 22)

"GSEs get high marks for risk-sharing deals" (National Mortgage News, September 22)

"The most expensive place in the world to live" (Wall Street Journal, September 22)

"Multifamily mortgage debt tops $1T in 2Q" (HousingWire, September 22)

"Mortgage rules not chilling market as feared, data shows" (National Mortgage News, September 22)

"Freddie Mac: Nation's crawling housing market continues to stabilize" (HousingWire, September 23)

"HARP helped more than 3 million borrowers save $3,500 annually" (HousingWire, September 23)

"Mortgage rates retreat after Federal Reserve holds off on rate hike" (Washington Post, September 24)

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