February 26, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Retirement: Renters outpace homeowners" (USA Today, Feb. 21)

"Owners clueless about home equity: Study" (CNBC, Feb. 22)

"B of A Teams with Freddie, credit union to offer low down payment mortgage" (National Mortgage News, Feb. 22)

"U.S. home prices rise at a steady clip in December" (CBS News/Associated Press, Feb. 23)

"Rent prices are still climbing, just not as fast as before" (CNBC/Associated Press, Feb. 23)

"Confidence falters, home resales climb: U.S. economic takeaways" (Bloomberg, Feb. 23)

"Low rates may spur millennial homebuying" (CNBC, Feb. 23)

"There's reason to be excited about the U.S. housing market" (Bloomberg, Feb. 24)

"Homebuyers quit making offers in January. Why?" (Forbes, Feb. 24)

"Single-family home sales fell 9% in January; services sector weakens" (New York Times/Reuters, Feb. 24)

"Mortgage rates sink to near-13-month low" (MarketWatch, Feb. 25)

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