June 24, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Ten years after housing peaked, US is more of a renter nation" (ABC News/Associated Press, June 20)

"Freddie Mac works to involve private investors more" (DS News, June 20)

"Not just the 1%: The upper middle class is larger and richer than ever" (Wall Street Journal, June 21)

"This bank wants to pay down your student loans" (Bloomberg, June 21)

"Janet Yellen hints that Fed may hold back on raising interest rates" (New York Times, June 21)

"Despite a housing recovery, middle-income families are increasingly losing ground on affordability" (Wall Street Journal, June 22)

"U.S. home prices increased 5.9% in April from year earlier" (Bloomberg, June 22)

"U.S. homes sell at strongest pace since 2007" (Chicago Tribune, June 22)

"You don't need a stellar credit score to qualify for a mortgage" (Washington Post, June 22)

"Freddie Mac: 30-year mortgage rate inches up" (HousingWire, June 23)

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

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