June 17, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Many Baby Boomers plan to move again" (Realtor Magazine, June 13)

"Here are 3 reasons to refinance your mortgage" (HousingWire, June 13)

"71% of those with student debt say it delays homeownership: Survey" (CNBC, June 13)

"Don't have pristine credit? You're probably not getting a mortgage these days" (Bloomberg, June 14)

"All under the same roof: Multigenerational housing outpaces cohabitating couples" (Chicago Tribune, June 14)

"Millennial customers will flee if their bank accounts are hacked" (CNBC, June 14)

"HARP surpasses 3.4 million" (Valuation Review, June 15)

"Lagging demand for luxury homes may mean deals for buyers" (Wall Street Journal, June 15)

"Federal Reserve leaves key interest rate unchanged amid job market slowdown, Brexit fears" (Washington Post, June 15)

"U.S. mortgage rates fall with 30-year at three-year low of 3.54%" (Bloomberg, June 16)

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