October 30, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

“U.S. new-home sales tumble in September” (Wall Street Journal, October 26)

“Buy versus rent in Tampa Bay? Home ownership costs less, if you can qualify” (Tampa Bay Times, October 26)

"State continuing homebuying incentive program after success of first phase” (Baltimore Sun, October 26)

“Freddie Mac offloads $500 million in credit risk to insurers" (HousingWire, October 26)

"Small loans equal big business” (GlobeSt.com, October 27)

“Home prices showed solid gain in August” (CBS News, October 27)

“FHA taking cautious approach to rewriting condo rules” (National Mortgage News, October 27)

“Millennials don't want to buy houses -- would you buy or rent?" (Huffington Post, October 28)

“Detroit to get $21 million more for blight demolition” (Detroit Free Press, October 28)

"Fed leaves the door open to raising interest rates in December” (Boston Globe, October 28)

“Mortgage rates largely unchanged as Fed stands pat” (Washington Post, October 29)

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