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Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Incoming Regulator Signals Policy Shift

U.S. Representative Mel Watt said Friday that he would delay recently announced increases in guarantee fees once he is sworn in, confirming expectations that the new director would be more likely to preserve the status quo at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Share of Cash Home Sales Jumps to 42% in November

According to latest report from RealtyTrac, the share of cash sales remains large as lenders ramp up sales of repossessed homes.

Existing-Home Sales Post First Annual Drop in 29 Months

The National Association of Realtors says sales of previously owned homes declined more than 4% in November.

U.S. Home Values Gained Nearly $2 Trillion in 2013

According to a Zillow analysis, U.S. home values have recovered about 44% of the value lost since 2007.

Taper Will Be Measured, Data Dependent, Bernanke Says

The Federal Reserve has finally begun to taper bond purchases but outgoing Chairman Ben Bernanke cautioned that monetary policy remained highly accommodative.

Housing Starts Jump to Highest Level Since June 2008

The Census Bureau releases long-awaited housing data for September, October and November.

Mortgage Originations Seen Dropping 30% in 2014

KBW analysts expect mortgage origination volumes to fall to $1.15 trillion on the back of a drop-off in refinance activity.

Homebuilder Sentiment Surges
Homebuilder Sentiment Surges

12/17/13 - 10:16 AM EST

The National Association of Homebuilders/Wells Fargo Sentiment Index rose more than expected

Rising Prices Free Nearly 800,000 Borrowers in Third Quarter

As many as 6.4 million borrowers remained underwater in the third quarter, according to the latest report from CoreLogic.

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Regulator Seeks Input on Lower Loan Limits

Under the plan being contemplated, the statutory maximum loan limit for one-unit properties would drop to $400,000 from $417,000.

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