April 29, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"US new-home sales fall in March for third straight month" (Denver Post/Associated Press, April 25)

"America is finally putting home foreclosure crisis behind it" (Bloomberg, April 25)

"This chart explains everything that's wrong with the housing market" (Business Insider, April 25)

"Freddie Mac lowers 2016 economic forecast, remains positive on housing" (National Mortgage News, April 25)

"Freddie Mac: Climate change threatens the future of housing" (HousingWire, April 26)

"Kenneth Harney: Homeowners fight mortgage-interest overcharges" (Charlotte Observer, April 26)

"Case-Shiller says your house is worth more" (Atlanta Journal Constitution, April 27)

"Pending sales of existing homes in U.S. rise more than forecast" (Bloomberg, April 27)

"Housing market continues upward climb: Freddie Mac" (National Mortgage News, April 27)

"Study: Foreclosed homeowners shun mortgages for renting" (Miami Herald, April 28)

"Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates slightly increase, still well below 4%" (National Mortgage News, April 28)

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