September 02, 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 to know when downsizing your home makes sense" (CNBC, Aug. 28)

"Long nights with little sleep for homeless families seeking shelter" (New York Times, Aug. 28)

"NAR forecasts increased multifamily vacancies" (National Mortgage Professional, Aug. 29)

"Is student debt a contributor to rise in renters?" (DS News, Aug. 29)

"We're not in a housing bubble, Redfin economist says" (CNBC, Aug. 29)

"Home prices rise at slower rate" (U.S. News & World Report, Aug. 30)

"U.S. construction is on the rebound after the Great Recession" (PBS NewsHour, Aug. 30)

"Economists point out abnormalities as housing market appears to heal" (NPR, Aug. 30)

"Purchase applications are at five–year high: Freddie Mac" (National Mortgage News, Aug. 31)

"Pending home sales prevail despite tight inventory" (DS News, Aug. 31)

"Mortgage rates creep higher after Yellen's speech" (MarketWatch, Sept. 1)

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