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NEW Mortgage Apps Reflect Seasonal Slowdown
NEW Home Building Defies Expectations, Up 11% From 2018
NEW Construction Spending up 1.1% YoY, Private Sector Losing Momentum
NEW MBA Says New Home Sales are on a Roll
NEW Mortgage Applications Gain Momentum Despite Holiday Slump
NEW Landlords Helping the Economy for First Time in Nearly 2 Years
NEW Building Permits Surge to 12-Year High
NEW YTD Residential Construction Spending Falls 8 Percent
NEW Freddie's Forecast; Short and Sort of Sweet
NEW After Two Years, Residential Fixed Investment Returns to Positive Territory
NEW Single Family Construction Improves, Multi-Family Not So Much
NEW Residential Construction Severely Lagging 2018
NEW Freddie Sees Stronger Housing Market This Fall
NEW Sales, Management Jobs; Study on Helping Borrowers; The Fed and The Election
NEW Summer Housing Boom Not Quite Done Yet According to Pending Sales
NEW Fannie Mae Turns Bullish on Construction, Best Levels Since May
NEW Housing Permits and Starts Hit Highest Levels in a Year
NEW Pricing, Capital Markets Products; Vendor Tools and Capital Raise
NEW MBA Says New Home Sales Increased for August
NEW Residential Construction Spending Drops Further Off 2018 Pace
NEW Home Prices are on the Rise Again
NEW Freddie Says Housing Will Help to Stop Recession, Here's How
NEW Share of Custom Home Construction Remains Flat
NEW Fannie Mae Predicts Two Additional 2019 Rate Cuts, Here's Why
NEW 2019 Residential Construction Spending Falling Further Behind Last Year
NEW Freddie Mac Sees Low Rates Extending Through 2020
NEW June Construction Numbers Tried to Hang on, But Failed to Impress
NEW Single-Family Construction Spending Gets Hit Hard, Down From Last Year
NEW Construction Numbers Better Than Percentages Indicate
NEW Gloomier Economic Outlook Brightens Housing Outlook
NEW Public and Private Construction Spending Essentially Unchanged
NEW Permitting and Housing Starts are Finally Gaining Ground
NEW Home Owners Pull Back on Remodeling Work
NEW Residential Construction Spending Falling Behind 2018
NEW Non-QM, 1st Time Homebuyer Program Training; Lender Cost/Pricing Changes
NEW Rates Expected to Hold Through 2020, Spurring Originations
NEW Home Price Gains Shift Away from the Coasts
NEW Residential Construction Lags Expectations, Except in the West
NEW Total Construction Spending Up 1%, Mostly Thanks to Public Sector
NEW Housing Starts Retreat from Outstanding January Numbers
NEW Freddie Downgrades Economic Forecast but Bullish on Housing
NEW Fannie Mae Predicts Slower Growth, Fewer Rate Hikes
NEW Private and Public Construction Spending Increased
NEW Residential Construction Numbers Start 2019 with a Bang
NEW December's Construction Spending Up From Last Year
NEW Low Rates, Slower Price Gains Point to Home Sales Bounce
NEW December's Residential Construction Report Not Worth the Wait
NEW Low Rates and Strong Jobs Numbers Bolster Builder Confidence
NEW Delayed November Construction Numbers Largely Positive
NEW Fannie Mae VP: Lenders Need More Inventory!