November 20, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"San Francisco Fed: We don't see a housing bubble forming” (Business Insider, Nov. 16)

"FHA meets minimum reserve requirement for first time since 2009” (Wall Street Journal, Nov. 16)

“US homebuilder confidence, sales expectations slip in November; outlook remains positive" (U.S. News & World Report/Associated Press, Nov. 17)

“MBA: Mortgage foreclosures and delinquencies at lowest level since 2007” (HousingWire, Nov. 17)

"Gain in consumer prices could keep Fed rate hike on track” (Worcester Telegram/Associated Press, Nov. 17)

“Mortgage applications rise 6.2% despite higher rates” (CNBC, Nov. 18)

"Lowe's hammers out growth on housing market strength” (Investor’s Business Daily, Nov. 18)

“U.S. housing starts hit seven-month low; setback seen as temporary” (Reuters, Nov. 18)

"Oct. home construction slumps on fewer apartment buildings” (ABC News/Associated Press, Nov. 18)

"Mortgage rates level off” (Washington Post, Nov. 19)

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