April 15, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Inventory isn't a problem in these top cities for first-time buyers" (HousingWire, April 11)

"Mortgage rates dip to annual low: Will they stick?" (CNBC, April 11)

"Former Yellen adviser proposes sweeping reform of Fed system" (Bloomberg, April 11)

"Foreclosure inventory declined nearly 25% in February" (HousingWire, April 12)

"GAO: Regulators should make 'living will' criteria public" (The Hill, April 12)

"Regulators warn 5 top banks they are still too big to fail" (New York Times, April 13)

"Homebuyers finally fuel mortgage volume, applications up 10%" (CNBC April 13)

"Homeowners still overestimate what their home is actually worth" (HousingWire, April 13)

"IMF: Global financial stability risks rise" (USA Today, April 13)

"Mortgage rates for 30-year U.S. loans drop to lowest since 2013" (Bloomberg, April 14)

"Fannie, Freddie to offer principal reductions for borrowers" (The Hill, April 14)

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