November 13, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

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

"This is the plan from Freddie Mac to help with HAMP interest rate resets” (HousingWire, Nov. 9)

“Freddie Mac to sell off $1.2 billion in non-performing loans" (HousingWire, Nov. 9)

"Why ‘trickle-down’ is bad news for renters” (CNBC, Nov. 9)

"Freddie Mac partners with Ellie Mae to integrate mortgage software solution” (HousingWire, Nov. 10)

"N.J. towns tackle abandoned homes as ‘zombie foreclosures’ climb" (Wall Street Journal, Nov. 10)

“Middle is the new sweet spot” (, Nov. 10)

“Fed's Williams says 'very strong case' to raise rates next month" (USA Today, November 11)

“MBA: Mortgage applications fall again, decrease 1.3%” (HousingWire, Nov. 11)

"Fed program to offer foreclosed homes in Columbus to nonprofits first” (Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 11)

"Why did foreclosures spike in October?” (CNBC, Nov. 12)

"Mortgage rates rise for second straight week, Freddie Mac says" (MarketWatch, Nov. 12)

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