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Freddie Mac: Here are the top 5 improving metro housing markets

Not just L.A. and NYC

It’s official: Steve Horne out as Wingspan CEO

Jason Spooner takes over; Horne becomes senior advisor
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Analysts: New home sales stall-out is a disappointment

Expect some rebound but demand remains restrained
Trey Garrison
New home sales stalled in September to just 0.2% growth, following the previous month’s downwardly revised jump of 10%. Analysts think this is more an outlier than a trend, but any optimism is heavily qualified.
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Freddie Mac: Here are the top 5 improving metro housing markets

Not just L.A. and NYC
Brena Swanson
"The good news from MiMi this month is the improvement across more markets and not just the large markets like Los Angeles and New York which receive so much of the attention,” said Freddie Mac Deputy Chief Economist Len Kiefer.
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New home sales gains screech to a virtual halt in September

Sales rise just 0.2% led by massive drop in West
Trey Garrison
Gains in sales of new single-family houses in September 2014 came to a screeching virtual halt, printing at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 467,000.
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Black Knight: Foreclosure inventory lowest since February 2008

Delinquencies decline by 117K but foreclosure starts rise 12%
Trey Garrison
At 1.76% of active mortgages, the nation’s inventory of loans in foreclosure is now at its lowest point since February 2008, according to the September report from the Data and Analytics division of Black Knight Financial Services.
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Quicken Loans rolls out two new home price/value indices

New metrics show home value, consumer perception
Trey Garrison
Data junkies rejoice – Quicken Loans is rolling out two new indices that measure home value and home price perception.
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Blows keep raining down on Ocwen and its affiliates

Fifth ‘Lawsky event’ sours outlook among analysts
Trey Garrison
Like a Top 40 radio station, the hits just keep coming for Ocwen Financial in the wake of the latest broadside on Tuesday from the New York Department of Financial Services.
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This is why Fannie and Freddie mortgage initiatives won't work

MBA declarations are feel-good, but temporary
Lynn Effinger
Several newsworthy events have occurred over the past several days that would seem to indicate that the housing “recovery” is picking up steam. While that would be welcome news for our country in general and our industry in particular, these reports are tempered by the potential unintended consequences of certain actions either taken or not taken.
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Home-value growth peaks; cooling market puts bubble fears to rest

Zillow: Home value rate of growth easing down
Trey Garrison
Appreciation in home values is slowing definitively after nearly two years of accelerating year-over-year growth, according to the third-quarter Zillow Real Estate Market Report.
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HUD’s Castro and Sen. Heitkamp visit Indian Country

Survey unique housing needs on Indian reservations
Trey Garrison
HUD Secretary Julián Castro and U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp visited Belcourt to view housing challenges with black mold and overcrowding on the Turtle Mountain reservation, and toured Williston to examine the city’s rapidly expanding housing and infrastructure developments.
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PropertyRadar: California real estate market stuck in low gear

High prices, declining demand limit September to 7-year low
Trey Garrison
California single-family home and condominium sales fell 5.6% to 32,017 units from 33,931 in August, PropertyRadar reports, blamed largely on high prices, falling demand and tight lending.
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