June 10, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Cohousing gaining popularity among seniors" (Philadelphia Inquirer, June 5)

"Economists increasingly uncertain about U.S. growth this year" (Associated Press, June 6)

"A decade after the bubble, home-equity line delinquencies jump " (MarketWatch, June 6)

"Credit union lending up despite consolidation" (HousingWire, June 6)

"The economic recovery just turned 7, and here's why it feels so weak" (Los Angeles Times, June 6)

"The biggest business story of the next five years" (Washington Post, June 7)

"Home prices rise 6% from last year: CoreLogic" (National Mortgage News, June 7)

"HUD watchdog warns of scammers offering phony housing grants" (HousingWire, June 7)

"Yellen's view of economy: Solid but laced with uncertainties" (Associated Press, June 7)

"The retiree effect on homeownership" (The MReport, June 8)

"Mortgage-rates tumble caused by feeble jobs report, global economic worries" (Washington Post, June 9)

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