February 24, 2017

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 looks at ramifications of aging–in–place" (Mortgage News Daily, Feb. 21)

"Commercial volume projected to set record in 2017" (National Mortgage News, Feb. 21)

"The CFPB has a database with 700,000 consumer complaints" (CNN Money, Feb. 21)

"Mortgage defaults slightly rise, but no need to be concerned" (HousingWire, Feb. 21)

"Student loan debt now totals over $1.3 trillion" (USA Today College, Feb. 21)

"Housing market value nears $24 trillion" (MReport, Feb. 21)

"U.S. existing home sales hit 10–year high in January" (Reuters, Feb. 22)

"Some Fed officials support moving faster to raise interest rate" (New York Times, Feb. 22)

"Mortgage rates refuse to budge for the fourth week in a row" (Washington Post, Feb. 23)

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