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Affordability Constraints Fueling Renovation Projects

While more housing inventory is becoming available, home prices and mortgage rates hikes are still limiting many homebuyers from purchasing. A new study reveals that 55% of homeowners reported renovating in the past year rather than continuing their new home search.

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Weak Growth Will Continue as Housing Slows

Despite mortgage rates pulling back over the past month, numbers are down 59 basis points from the recent peak of 5.22% according to the latest Fannie Mae survey, they continue to anticipate a slowdown in home sales activity.

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Slowing Market Boosts Negotiating Power

More and more buyer home-purchase agreements were cancelled in July to the highest mortgage rates seen in two years. Click through to see how many took advantage of their newfound negotiating power.

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IMBs Report Profit Losses in Q2

With IMBs reporting an overall net loss of $82 on each loan they originated in Q2, one analyst notes that “the second quarter of 2022 did not yield the usual Spring seasonal pick-up in purchase activity."

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