September 30, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"5 ways to buy a house even if you don't meet income requirements" (Seattle Times, Sept. 24)

"The 'new housing crisis' is already slowly being solved" (Business Insider, Sept. 24)

"Changing the game: Freddie Mac announces front end credit–risk sharing" (DS News, Sept. 26)

"Sales of new U.S. homes retreated in August from nine–year high" (Bloomberg, Sept. 26)

"Housing shortage eases in some markets" (USA Today, Sept. 26)

"'Massive' shortage of appraisers causing home sales delays" (CNBC, Sept. 27)

"US home prices climbed again in July" (ABC News/Associated Press, Sept. 27)

"US consumer confidence jumps in September" (New York Times/Associated Press, Sept. 27)

"Low rates keep housing market strong as affordability erodes" (National Mortgage News, Sept. 28)

"Fixed mortgage rates tumble to near yearly lows" (Washington Post, Sept. 29)

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

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