October 21, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Why Hispanic homebuyers are key to the housing market's recovery" (Construction Dive, Oct. 17)

"Once jobless and uncounted, eager workers could slow Fed rate hike" (Reuters, Oct. 18)

"Millennials are making their move" (The MReport, Oct. 18)

"How to keep fraud out of 3% down mortgages" (National Mortgage News, Oct. 18)

"Six things to consider if your mortgage is underwater" (Atlanta Journal–Constitution, Oct. 19)

"U.S. housing starts unexpectedly drop on multifamily–unit slide" (Bloomberg, Oct. 19)

"Here's exactly what Airbnb does to rent in popular cities" (Business Insider, Oct. 19)

"Fed: Economy grew modestly the past six weeks" (USA Today, Oct. 19)

"U.S. pushes banks to adopt higher cyber security standards" (Reuters, Oct. 19)

"Mortgage rates reach their highest levels in four months" (Washington Post, Oct. 20)

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