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Mortgage App Payments Rose Nearly 4% in October

The Mortgage Bankers Association has released new data showing the national median mortgage payment rose to $2,012 in October, recording a slight climb from September. Meanwhile, median asking rents increased an estimated 6.2% between Q2 and Q3 of 2022.

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Housing Market Improvement Predicted in 2024

“Home sales are projected to hit a trough in Q2 2023, at a selling pace of 4.27 million annualized units, as the full effect of higher mortgage rates and the projected recession take hold,” according to a new Fannie Mae forecast.

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More Borrowers Opt for Refis

Refinance loans saw more closings than any other mortgage loan in January, with refis representing 45 percent of all closed loans, according to the monthly Origination Insight Report ...

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Residential AD&C Loan Volume Tight But Expanding

Outstanding residential acquisition, development, and construction loan volume expanded 4.7 percent in the second quarter of 2015. The National Association of Home Builders found that AD&C loans grew for the ninth consecutive quarter, but availability of these loans remains tight, hindering home construction.

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Originators Outline Struggles in Changing Market

According to results in Hammerhouse’s 4th Annual Survey of Originator Opinions, 44 percent of originators polled said the biggest challenge for the industry in 2014 will be "adding new relationships to support a purchase focused business" with purchase volumes still too weak to support the market. Given these obstacles and the continuing decline in mortgage volumes, 69 percent of originators expect overall volume to drop in 2014.

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