December 18, 2015

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Tax break for home short sellers at risk" (Wall Street Journal, Dec. 13)

"Regulators to Wall Street banks: Rescue yourselves next time" (Bloomberg, Dec. 14)

"Cheat sheet: What to expect from regulators in 2016" (National Mortgage News, Dec. 14)

"Here's why 2016 will bring good news for potential homebuyers" (HousingWire, Dec. 14)

"Seven ways mortgage applicants lie to lenders" (National Mortgage News, Dec. 14)

"FHFA unveils duty-to-serve requirements for Fannie, Freddie" (National Mortgage News, Dec. 15)

"Nowhere to go: The housing crisis facing Americans with disabilities" (The Atlantic, Dec. 15)

"It's not just MSAs: Barclay's warns CFPB is looking at all referrals" (HousingWire, Dec. 15)

"U.S. housing data signals economic strength; manufacturing weak" (Reuters, Dec. 16)

"Federal Reserve rate hike: Who wins, who loses, who goes meh" (Bloomberg Business, Dec. 16)

"Freddie Mac: Despite Fed rate hike, interest rates will stay at 'historic' lows in 2016" (HousingWire, Dec. 17)

"Mortgage rates higher for second week, Freddie Mac says" (MarketWatch, Dec. 17)

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

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