November 04, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"If seller sentiment is up, why aren't homeowners taking the plunge" (DS News, Oct. 28)

"The least affordable housing markets" (24/7 Wall St., Oct. 29)

"Looking to buy a home? Start with these websites and apps" (MarketWatch, Oct. 31)

"Freddie Mac income $2.3B in 3Q" (ABC News/Associated Press, Nov. 1)

"Putting it in reverse, advisors warm to reverse mortgages" (CNBC, Nov. 1)

"Rents are plunging in the most expensive markets" (Business Insider, Nov. 1)

"Equity rising with home prices" (MReport, Nov. 1)

"The gap grows wider between the top & bottom of the housing market" (DS News, Nov. 1)

"What's really keeping college graduates on the lower rungs of the wealth ladder" (Washington Post, Nov 2)

"More potential homebuyers consider renting instead" (ConsumerAffairs, Nov. 2)

"Fed holds rates steady, leaves door open to December hike" (USA Today, Nov. 2)

"Mortgage rates soar to highest level since June" (Washington Post, Nov. 3)

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

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