December 11, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Homeless veteran Jerome Belton poses for a portrait at a shelter in San Diego. Homelessness among veterans and in general is down nationwide, according to HUD’s Point in Time Count.

Homeless veteran Jerome Belton poses for a portrait at a shelter in San Diego. Homelessness among veterans and in general is down nationwide, according to HUD’s Point in Time Count.
Courtesy of the Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times reports, “Number of chronically homeless, including veterans, drops in U.S.”

“Survey shows confidence about housing up: Fannie,” writes Market Watch.

Housingwire prints, “More Americans confident they can get mortgages.”

“First-Time Home Buyers Missing Out on Housing Recovery,” says U.S. News.

The Tampa Bay Times reports, “Jobs, low mortgage rates prompt more young adults to leave the nest.”

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