September 23, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"New American, Alterra launch affordable housing pilot program" (National Mortgage News, Sept. 19)

"US homebuilder sentiment rises in September as sales improve" (ABC News/Associated Press, Sept. 19)

"These 10 markets desperately need more housing inventory" (HousingWire, Sept. 19)

"Lenders need to help borrowers with limited English skills, HUD says" (National Mortgage News, Sept. 19)

"Freddie Mac: Mortgage interest rates will hit 40–year low in 2016" (HousingWire, Sept. 20)

"US home construction slumped in August; big dip in the South" (Associated Press, Sept. 20)

"Commercial, multifamily mortgage debt takes 2Q leap" (National Mortgage Professional, Sept. 20)

"Student loan debt hinders economic mobility" (DS News, Sept. 21)

"Stocks rally as Fed holds rates steady, Nasdaq closes at record high" (USA Today, Sept. 21)

"Mortgage rates wander lower this week and could be headed down even more" (Washington Post, Sept. 22)

"US home sales fell in August as inventories plummet" (ABC News/Associated Press, Sept. 22)

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