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U.S. | 23 January 2019 Mortgage Applications Point to Rebounding Home Sales in Q1
The weekly mortgage applications numbers have been wild recently, but our first chart shows that the trend underneath the noise is solid.

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23 January 2019 Mortgage Applications Point to Rebounding Home Sales in Q1

By Ian Shepherdson

The weekly mortgage applications numbers have been wild recently, but our first chart shows that the trend underneath the noise is solid.

Posted: 23rd Jan 2019 in 'U.S.'

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