Fannie Mae: Housing activity cools after warm winterWire


Posted by on May 18, 2012 in Headlines | 0 comments

A healthy dose of winter home sales led to a disappointing spring with housing activity cooling somewhat in the latter part of the first quarter, Fannie Mae said Thursday.

Doug Duncan, chief economist for Fannie Mae, said activity levels looked promising in the first quarter due to warm weather wooing buyers off the sidelines. But those activity levels cooled in the latter part of the quarter.

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