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Boise Is No. 1 For Rising Home Prices

The state of Idaho is also in the lead for highest rising prices in the country. More

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The Rise of Oregon Home Prices Slide Under National Average

The new numbers reverse a trend that's been under way since 2012. More

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Banks Join MGIC Pushing to Ease Insurer Capital Plan

Bloomberg/ BusinessWeek staffer Zachary Tracer reports that bankers joined loan... More

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What's Next for Freddie, Fannie?

Wall Street Journal staffer Joe Light taps into an Urban Institute report released... More

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Mortgage Finance Reform: By Hook or By Crook

HousingWire contributor Barry Zigas writes that nearly every issue that must be resolved in order to create a more durable housing finance system--and whose resolution confounded congressional staff, members and outside stakeholders--will now move out of the legislative arena and squarely into the hands of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the conservator and regulator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. More

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What's next for Fannie and Freddie?

By the end of the year the Federal Housing Finance Agency will have to have a new... More

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Interest Rates on New Homes Stay Stable

On August 28, the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) reported that, overall, mortgage interest rates were flat in July. National Association of Home Builders economist Paul Emrath looks at how that broad data applies to new-home loan interest rates. More

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First-Time Buyers: The Tale of the Tape

Wall Street Journal staffers Nick Timiraos and Matt Stiles report on first-time... More

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Cue the FHFA: Banks Wait to Loan

National Mortgage News staffer Brian Collins reports that banks and other lenders... More

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