November 06, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines


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

“Mortgage standards are not loosening for the refi market” (HousingWire, Nov. 2)

"Freddie enlists faith groups, nonprofits to boost homeownership” (National Mortgage News, Nov. 2)

“Homebuyers are hitting record credit scores" (CNBC, November 2)

"Fed survey shows some banks are making it easier to get a mortgage” (HousingWire, Nov. 2)

“Freddie Mac won't need Treasury aid after third-quarter loss" (Bloomberg, Nov. 3)

“Freddie Mac CEO: Lenders should offer more low down payment mortgages” (HousingWire, Nov. 3)

“After a bitter election about affordable housing, San Francisco still wakes up to the same mess” (Washington Post, Nov. 4)

"Yellen raps biggest banks, suggests relief for smaller ones” (Wall Street Journal, Nov. 4)

“Mortgage rates move higher on concern Fed may lift rates” (MarketWatch, Nov. 5)

As a reminder, access to these articles is determined by each website’s own subscription and readership policies.

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