August 19, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"How Millennials became spooked by credit cards" (New York Times, Aug. 14)

"The return of the $2 trillion originations market" (The MReport, Aug. 15)

"HUD names new Housing Counseling Federal Advisory Committee" (National Mortgage Professional, Aug. 15)

"Confidence among U.S. homebuilders improved in August on sales" (Bloomberg, Aug. 15)

"Zillow: More Americans choosing to rent 'longer than ever before'" (Construction Dive, Aug. 15)

"Hispanic Millennials struggle to save for down payment" (HousingWire, Aug. 16)

"U.S. housing starts rise to five-month high in July" (Reuters, Aug. 16)

"Freddie Mac officially offers forbearance to Louisiana flood victims" (HousingWire, Aug. 16)

"Developers feed Millennial hunger for ownership with townhouses" (Bloomberg, Aug. 16)

"MReport celebrates achievements of women in housing" (The MReport, Aug. 17)

"Mortgage rates down slightly, remain stalled near yearly lows" (Washington Post, Aug. 18)

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