July 9, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

“U.S. Housing Secretary Donovan Visits Reno Monday.” “Join us for a White House Google+ Hangout with Secretary Donovan Moderated by Zillow, Inc,” The White House. The Wall Street Journal reports “Fannie Mae: Optimism on Homeownership Improves in June.” The Hill prints Housing Market Improves in More Metro Areas. Greenville Online publishes Greenville Housing Market Showing […]

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July 2, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Newsday runs, How You Can Gain from a Mortgage Refinance. “A surge in homebuilding pushed U.S. construction spending,” prints The Washington Post. San Francisco Chronicle publishes, A Chance to Reduce Foreclosure Abuse.   Sun Sentinel reports low income housing project in Delray Beach is kick starting. And, The Palm Beach Post writes about new homeless […]

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June 27, 2012

The White House: Five Things You Should Know About Mortgage Relief

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Ed note:  This blog post originally appeared on Whitehouse.gov. SPREAD THE MESSAGE! We want to make sure you have all the information you need to understand President Obama’s proposal to cut through the red tape keeping millions of responsible homeowners from refinancing their mortgages. And we want to make sure your friends get the message, […]

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Daily Housing News Round-Up

 The Washington Post runs, “Americans are finally gaining confidence in the housing market.” “U.S. stocks move ahead on favorable housing reports,” The Wall Street Journal. Also in WSJ, “more homeowners get mortgage reduced,”  Bloomberg prints, “home prices are beginning to rise after a six-year slump in cities from San Francisco and Seattle to Miami.”  Reuters […]

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June 26, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

New tool helps homeowners determine if they qualify to refinance under President Obama’s proposed plan. San Francisco Chronicle publishes, “home equity skyrockets as owners refinance their way out of mortgage debt.” According to the Chicago Sun-Times, refinancing bill could help the housing market. The Sacramento Bee writes there are signs of an “improving housing market.” […]

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