October 23, 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.

"Millennials' top competition for condos might be their parents" (Washington Post, October 17)

"Freddie Mac announces new program designed to make it easier for lenders to lend" (HousingWire, October 19)

"NAHB homebuilders index highest in 10 years" (CNBC, October 19)

"Fannie-Freddie's multifamily loan cap kept unchanged in 2016" (Bloomberg, October 19)

"Freddie Mac, Quicken Loans partner to offer low-down payment mortgages" (HousingWire, October 19)

"Timeline for Fannie-Freddie joint mortgage program seen in 2016" (Reuters, October 19)

"Fannie, Freddie reshaping mortgage market without Congress' help" (National Mortgage News, October 20)

"Demand for rental apartments boosts U.S. housing starts" (Reuters, October 20)

"Serious mortgage delinquency rate near decade-low" (Bloomberg, October 20)

"Freddie Mac CEO wants more low down-payment mortgages" (MarketWatch, October 20)

"A lot of cheap housing is about to get very expensive" (Bloomberg, October 21)

"REO-to-rental meets affordable housing" (Affordable Housing Finance, October 21)

"Is the credit box finally showing signs of opening up?" (HousingWire, October 21)

"Loan for Community HousingWorks is a First in the Industry" (Multi-Housing News, October 21)

"Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates continue to drop" (HousingWire, October 22)

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