April 08, 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 are becoming landlords" (Orange County Register, April 3)

"Federal housing officials warn against blanket bans of ex-offenders" (New York Times, April 4)

"Airbnb announces crackdown on listings in San Francisco" (The Hill, April 4)

"National Housing Trust Fund to award $174 million" (Affordable Housing Finance, April 4)

"FHA adds another 'brick in the wall' to boost supply of affordable housing" (National Mortgage News, April 4)

"Freddie Mac: How to avoid mortgage fraud" (HousingWire, April 4)

"CoreLogic: Home prices nationwide continue to rise" (HousingWire, April 5)

"Program helps Atlanta police officers buy homes in the city" (Atlanta Journal Constitution, April 5)

"You'll never guess which states have the fastest-growing home prices" (Realtor.com, April 5)

"Freddie Mac partnering with Hope LoanPort to 'modernize' housing counseling" (HousingWire, April 6)

"Mortgage rates in U.S. fall with 30-year at lowest in 14 months" (Bloomberg, April 7)

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