October 28, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Freddie Mac announces new tools designed to cut mortgage origination costs" (HousingWire, Oct. 24)

"GSE top guns weigh in on risk sharing" (Scotsman Guide, Oct. 24)

"Watt: FHFA adjusting to 'new normal' of the market" (DS News, Oct. 24)

"Report: Homeownership eludes millennial buyers" (Houston Chronicle, Oct. 24)

"The 21 largest US cities ranked by ease of building wealth" (Business Insider, Oct. 24)

"US home prices rose in August, lifted by dwindling supply" (Chicago Tribune, Oct. 25)

"'As–Is' homes are gaining a higher market share" (MReport, Oct. 25)

"Strong purchase activity drives housing market gains" (National Mortgage News, Oct. 26)

"2017 Freddie Mac Outlook" (Affordable Housing Finance, Oct. 26)

"Sales of new U.S. homes remain close to an almost nine–year high" (Bloomberg, Oct. 26)

"Mortgage rates pull back ahead of Federal Reserve meeting" (Washington Post, Oct. 27)

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