February 19, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Homebuilders caught between boomers and millennials" (Bloomberg/Boston Herald, Feb. 14)

"Spring housing season kicks off with record short supply" (CNBC, Feb. 15)

"Fed's Kashkari, in first speech, suggests radical Wall St. overhaul" (Reuters, Feb. 16)

"These lenders are filling the void in home equity left by banks" (National Mortgagee News, Feb. 16)

"U.S. home builder sentiment slips in February: NAHB" (Reuters, Feb. 17)

"Community lenders call for Fannie, Freddie to stop paying dividend to Treasury" (HousingWire, Feb. 17)

"Housing starts in U.S. drop to lowest level in three months" (Bloomberg, Feb. 17)

"Fed's final push for HARP?" (Housingwire, Feb. 17)

"Freddie Mac reports profit of $2.16 billion" (MarketWatch, Feb. 18)

"Mortgage rates remain near 10-month lows" (Washington Post, Feb. 18)

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