February 12, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Obama will seek to double budgets for Wall Street regulators" (Bloomberg, Feb. 8)

"U.S. bank stocks and bonds clobbered by recession worry" (Reuters, Feb. 8)

"Harney: Goal of opening credit box still elusive" (The Columbian, Feb. 8)

"The market for construction workers is drying up" (Business Insider, Feb. 8)

"Freddie Mac to consumers: Here's how to avoid mortgage fraud" (HousingWire, Feb. 9)

"Home appraisal values still below homeowner price expectations" (HousingWire, Feb. 9)

"Stocks cut gains, close mixed: Dow down 100, Nasdaq up 0.4%" (USA Today, Feb. 10)

"Multifamily expansion to stay brisk through 2017: Freddie" (National Mortgage News, Feb. 10)

"Home prices climbed in 81% of U.S. metro areas, Realtors say" (Bloomberg, Feb. 10)

"These renters were hit hardest by the financial crisis" (Bloomberg, Feb. 11)

"Mortgage rates hit 10-month low" (MarketWatch, February 11)

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