July 29, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Obama administration presents a look at life after HAMP" (HousingWire, July 25)

"Boomerang buyers bounce back" (DS News, July 25)

"New FHA bill brings good news for condo buyers" (Chicago Tribune, July 25)

"How senior homeowners are reversing the conventional wisdom on housing" (Reverse Mortgage Daily, July 26)

"Fewer young people buying houses, but why?" (NPR, July 26)

"New–home sales in U.S. jump to highest level since February 2008" (Bloomberg, July 26)

"Freddie Mac: The South is where it's at" (The MReport, July 27)

"Fed holds rates steady; leaves September hike on table" (USA Today, July 27)

"Pending home sales rise slightly in June" (Reuters, July 28)

"Freddie: Apartment market remains strong" (GlobeSt.com, July 28)

"Mortgage rates are up again but remain below norms" (Washington Post, July 28)

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