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Commercial, Multifamily Loans Drop Precipitously YoY

“Borrowing and lending were down for every property type and capital source from one year ago. However, compared to this year’s second quarter, volumes were more stable, and some sectors—including industrial properties and life company lenders – showed an uptick in volume,” said Jamie Woodwell, MBA’s Head of Commercial Real Estate Research.

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Consumers Express Increasing Housing Market Frustrations

New findings from Fannie Mae’s HSPI revealed consumers are increasingly expressing “pessimism toward the larger economy this month, in addition to their ongoing frustration with the housing market,” said Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae Senior VP and Chief Economist.

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Fannie Mae Study: Why Homeowners Are Staying Put

Homeowners nationwide are staying put as a historically low supply of existing homes for sale continues to make homeownership more difficult for buyers. New Fannie Mae research examines the factors that are keeping homeowners locked in place and leaving homebuyers in the lurch.

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Single-Family Home Prices Rise in Q2

Fannie Mae's latest Home Price Index reveals home prices grew 3% year-over-year in Q2, and while demand remained resilient, competition heated up for the near-historically limited supply of existing homes for sale.

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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Show Strong Q1

Both GSEs helped promote sustainable homeownership and rental opportunities nationwide in Q1 of 2023, amid an uncertain economic quarter highlighted by continued Fed rate hikes and several bank failures.

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