August 05, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"The sudden surge in refinance candidates" (The MReport, July 31)

"Home loans for poor leave some feeling misled" (Atlanta Journal–Constitution, Aug. 1)

"Construction spending falls to one–year low in June" (Reuters, Aug. 1)

"New York Fed warns of troubling consequence of rising student loan debt" (MarketWatch, Aug. 2)

"Freddie Mac posts $993M profit in 2Q; Paying $933M dividend" (ABC News/Associated Press, Aug. 2)

"When Millennials buy homes, they invest in them differently" (CNBC, Aug. 2)

"Rising sea levels could cost U.S. homeowners close to $1 trillion" (Bloomberg, Aug. 2)

"Freddie Mac: The top markets of 2017" (Multifamily Executive, Aug. 2)

"New housing law offers homeownership opportunities for welfare recipients" (National Mortgage News, Aug. 2)

"Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates erase almost all gains from past weeks" (HousingWire, Aug. 4)

"New U.S. mortgage rules aim to stop wrongful foreclosures" (Reuters, Aug. 4)

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

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