May 27, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Post-TRID, more homebuyers reading their mortgage disclosures" (National Mortgage News, May 23)

"Is homeownership out of reach for millennials?" (The MReport, May 23)

"This one thing will make household formation jump, San Francisco Fed researcher says" (MarketWatch, May 24)

"A mortgage for millennials with big student debts" (National Mortgage News, May 24)

"Fewer Americans strike out for new jobs, crimping the recovery" (New York Times, May 24)

"Bipartisan Policy Center task force addresses nation’s aging population" (Affordable Housing Finance, May 24)

"U.S. home prices climbed 5.7% in first quarter from prior year" (Bloomberg, May 25)

"Pending home sales surge to 10-year high" (HousingWire, May 26)

"Independent report refutes investor claims against mortgage servicer Ocwen" (MortgageOrb, May 26)

"Report finds gender gap in home values among single men and women" (Multi-Housing News, May 26)

"Mortgage rates: Rising along with Fed optimism" (Forbes, May 26)

"Nearly ¾ of states in stable range according to Freddie housing indicator" (Mortgage News Daily, May 26)

As a reminder, access to these articles is determined by each website's own subscription and readership policies.

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