October 14, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"What new Fair Housing Act guidelines could mean for you" (U.S. News & World Report, Oct. 7)

"How your credit score affects your mortgage rate" (Los Angeles Times, Oct. 8)

"Freddie extends disaster relief for Hurricane Matthew impact" (Mortgage Professional America, Oct. 10)

"Millennial borrowers finally reap benefits of this year's low interest rates" (HousingWire, Oct. 10)

"3 questions to ask before borrowing against your home equity" (U.S. News & World Report, Oct. 11)

"New programs ease homebuyers' path to mortgages" (Chicago Tribune, Oct. 11)

"The homeownership outlook is bleak—or is it?" (The MReport, Oct. 12)

"56% say rents too high to save enough to buy a home: Survey" (National Mortgage News, Oct. 12)

"Fed minutes see rate rise "relatively soon" (New York Times, Oct. 12)

"Mortgage rates rise in anticipation of Federal Reserve rate increase later this year" (Washington Post, Oct. 13)

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