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Housing Finance at a Glance: A Monthly Chartbook

October Edition

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Document date: October 24, 2013
Released online: October 24, 2013
At A Glance is the signature monthly publication of the Housing Finance Policy Center. It is designed as a single reference for mortgage market data, through a public policy lens. Drawing from a range of sources that are often difficult to access and interpret, At A Glance contains key measures of housing affordability, credit availability, and other topics related to the government role in the mortgage market. The authors compile and illustrate this critical information in a comprehensive and easily digestible format so that stakeholders across the housing finance sphere—government, advocacy, academia, and private markets—can contribute to data-driven policy debates. Highlights of the October issue include the GSE portfolio wind-down, tapering HAMP and HARP activity, and housing affordability by MSA.

Topics/Tags: | Economy/Taxes | Housing

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