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Housing Hits High Gear in May

The U.S. housing market accelerated to its fastest pace on record in May, as the typical home went under contract a full week faster than a year earlier.

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The Road to Market Normality

Recovery nationwide is rising at a steady pace and is inching closer to the last-observed state of normalcy in the housing market, according to data from the National Association of Home Builders.

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Is Ginnie Mae the Answer to GSE Reform?

If the GSE reform should happen, the industry should aim to meet the needs of future generations of homeowners, not the want of political interests. In order to do this, however, Ginnie Mae will need to come forward as its own government corporation.

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This Year’s Housing Forecast Looks a Lot Like 2006

Inconsistencies in the economy during the first quarter have not dampened Freddie Mac’s forecast for housing for the coming year. Freddie Mac has held fast to its prediction that 2016 will be the best year for housing since before the crisis. Why is the outlook for housing so rosy?

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