April 22, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Demand exceeds supply of affordable rental housing" (Philadelphia Inquirer, April 17)

"Wall St. veterans bet on low-income homebuyers" (New York Times, April 17)

"Strange bedfellows push for private flood insurance legislation" (National Mortgage News, April 18)

"Home-builder confidence treading water just as sector counted on for growth" (MarketWatch, April 18)

"There's finally some good news for people getting crushed by rent" (Business Insider, April 18)

"Americans still don't see vibrant labor market" (USA Today, April 18)

"U.S. housing data adds to signs of weak first-quarter GDP growth" (Reuters, April 19)

"Purchases of U.S. previously owned homes rebounded in March" (Bloomberg, April 20)

"10 US housing markets where it's cheaper for young people to buy than rent" (Business Insider, April 20)

"Young homebuyers cringe on credit scores" (CNBC, April 20)

"Fixed mortgage rates hold steady, hovering at three-year lows" (Washington Post, April 21)

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