July 22, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Ellie Mae's latest LOS release features Freddie Mac tie–ins" (National Mortgage News, July 18)

"More first–time buyers skip starter home stage for bigger, better" (USA Today, July 17)

"Rate–starved U.S. banks happily gobble mortgage business" (Reuters, July 18)

"HARP delinquency rates lower across the board" (The MReport, July 18)

"Home–builder confidence softens slightly in July" (USA Today, July 18)

"It's not a housing bubble, it's just expensive" (Bloomberg, July 18)

"With today's rates, it pays to check out your equity" (Chicago Tribune, July 18)

"Housing starts rise 4.8% in June, as supply still lags demand" (MarketWatch, July 19)

"Freddie Mac: Americans ignoring conventional wisdom in housing market" (HousingWire, July 20)

"First-time buyers help lift existing home sales to fresh cycle high" (MarketWatch, July 21)

"Mortgage rates move higher for second week in a row" (Washington Post, July 21)

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