December 16, 2016

This Week's Housing Headlines

Housing Headlines

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

"Multifamily sector thriving; affordability a major concern" (Mortgage News Daily, Dec. 12)

"GSEs announce annual eviction moratorium" (DSNews, Dec. 13)

"Fannie and Freddie hear call of duty (to serve)" (Mortgage News Daily, Dec. 13)

"Delinquencies up in some oil patch states" (Mortgage News Daily, Dec. 13)

"MBA: Applications for new home purchases dropped in November" (MortgageOrb, Dec. 13)

"How a housing squeeze is tightening on first–time buyers" (CNBC, Dec. 14)

"Senior housing: How a surging older population will impact U.S. homes" (Curbed, Dec. 14)

"Executive conversation: Andy Higginbotham on Freddie Mac's Loan Advisor Suite" (HousingWire, Dec. 14)

"Fed raises interest rates and adds another hike to its 2017 forecast" (MarketWatch, Dec. 14)

"Fannie, Freddie replace HAMP with new foreclosure prevention program" (HousingWire, Dec. 15)

"Mortgage rates rise as bond rout continues, Freddie Mac says" (MarketWatch, Dec. 15)

"U.S. homebuilder confidence hits highest level since 2005" (Associated Press, Dec. 15)

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

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