October 02, 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.

"Freddie re-enters the Housing Finance Agency market" (National Mortgage News, September 25)

"US pending home sales fall in August" (CNBC/Associated Press, September 28)

"Freddie Mac continues reducing credit risk with new insurance policies" (HousingWire, September 28)

"New mortgage rules may spark delays, frustration" (Wall Street Journal, September 29)

"Regulators will not be 'punitive' in enforcing TRID, Cordray says" (National Mortgage News, September 29)

"Boom in equity allows homeowners to cash in and even cash out" (Washington Post, September 29)

"S&P/Case-Shiller: July sees amazing annual home-price gains" (HousingWire, September 29)

"2015 poised to be busiest year ever for multifamily sales" (Multifamily Executive, September 29)

"Who wants to know the hottest 20 places to buy a home right now?" (HousingWire, September 29)

"Yellen: Federal regulations should not be overly burdensome on community banks" (Minneapolis Star Tribune/Associated Press, September 30)

"Mortgage rates little moved as 30-year averages 3.85%" (MarketWatch, October 1)

"Fannie, Freddie manufactured housing rule due soon, FHFA says" (National Mortgage News, October 1)

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