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KCM Weekend Library Links

Interested in knowing what’s been going on in the real estate market as of late?  Check out our KCM Weekend Library Links below, and see all the real estate articles that we’ve shared over our BlogTwitter and Facebookthe past week.

There is a lot of information floating around out there, so we’ve done our best to bring you some of the important and interesting articles.  We’ve broken them down by category in order to make browsing easier and more efficient.  If you have other articles from the past week that you feel should have made the list, feel free to comment and leave them below!


Freddie Mac to auction REOs (Housing Wire)

Here come the foreclosures (CNBC)

Public Policy Fed the Wave of Subprime Demand (Housing Wire)

You can’t say we didn’t warn you (Housing Wire)

Distressed property sales equal 29% of the entire market (Housing Wire)

Housing Market

Fed says economy not as strong as originally believed (Housing Wire)

Most Americans say now is time to buy a house-poll (Reuters)

Should a home be looked at as an investment too? (CBS News)

Greenspan says goal of housing trumped all (UPI)

CBS says now might be the time to buy (CBS News)

Interest Rates

Interest rates jump ¼ point (Mortgage Bankers Association)

Will  private demand replace the Fed? (Housing Wire)


Anger over the new modification program (NYT)

Will the new modification work? (NYT)


The Bank of Mom and Dad closing (WSJ)


Charlie Rose interviewing Robert Shiller (Business Week)

REO Sales Push Home Prices Down 3.9% in March (Housing Wire)

Short Sales

Wells Fargo’s Realtor® Short Sale Guide (Wells Fargo)


The impact of vacancies on a neighborhood (NYT)

Walking Away

More see walking away as an option (Housing Wire)

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