September 09, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Homebuyers, beware of banks offering too much cash" (CNBC, Sept. 4)

"No 'For Sale' sign? Silicon Valley buyers aren't deterred" (New York Times, Sept. 5)

"Yellen's Fed living a flashback as 2016 economy echoes last year" (Bloomberg, Sept. 5)

"Policy shifts reflect servicing's post–crisis priorities" (National Mortgage News, Sept. 6)

"Construction worker shortage weighs on hot U.S. housing market" (Reuters, Sept. 6)

"First factories, now services signal cracks in U.S. economy" (Bloomberg, Sept. 6)

"MBA: Mortgage applications tick up ever so slightly" (HousingWire, Sept. 7)

"Fed's Beige Book finds election is making businesses cautious" (MarketWatch, Sept. 7)

"Most U.S. mortgage activity has gone to refinancing since Brexit vote sent rates tumbling" (MarketWatch, Sept. 8)

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