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June 03, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Fed's Bullard says global markets seem well-prepared for summer rate hike" (Reuters, May 30)

"U.S. consumer spending increase strongest in over six years" (Reuters, May 31)

"Major Dodd-Frank reform proposals are imminent" (DSNews, May 31)

"Case-Shiller: Home prices rising twice as fast as inflation" (HousingWire, May 31)

"Home prices: How high is too high?" (Mortgage News Daily, May 31)

"Favorable demographics will push home building demand" (, May 31)

"New bill seeks changes to credit reporting, scoring" (Chicago Tribune, June 1)

"U.S. construction spending tumbled in April" (ABC, June 1)

"OECD lowers U.S. economic forecast, implores world policymakers to 'act now' to boost growth" (Los Angeles Times, June 1)

"Economy grows at 'modest' pace as job market tightens, Fed says" (Bloomberg, June 1)

"New GSE single security on track to go live in 2018" (MortgageOrb, June 1)

"30-year mortgage rate keeps rising higher" (HousingWire, June 2)

"Housing demand slips in the midst of low supply" (MReport, June 2)

"The tide for a huge part of the housing market may be starting to shift" (Business Insider, June 2)

"FDIC wins $190M settlement for toxic Countrywide mortgage bonds" (HousingWire, June 2)

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