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Biggest Drop yet in Forbearances Brings us Back to April"s Levels
7/10/2020 8:19 AM
Black Knight"s weekly report on the numbers of mortgage loans in COVID-19 forbearance plans shows that a decline in those numbers of nearly a half million last week. More than 435,000 homeowners exited the plans, the largest drop yet. As of July 7, 4.14 million homeowners were in the plans which allow them to skip or reduce their mort...Read More
Sure, Rates Are Low, But It"s Getting Harder to Get a Loan
7/9/2020 3:23 PM
Credit tightening is becoming more evident according to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). Its Mortgage Credit Availability Index fell to a reading of 125.0 in June, a loss of 3.3 percent. A decline in the index indicates stricter lending standards. Joel Kan, MBA"s Associate Vice President of Economic and Industry ...Read More
Realtors Report that their Customers are Back
7/9/2020 9:57 AM
A new survey by the National Association of RealtorsĀ® (NAR) has found that the vast majority of its members feel as though their businesses are back on track. NAR says, "After enduring months of setbacks brought on by the coronavirus pandemic...more than nine in 10 members believe they are in the process of recovering as many states start...Read More
Housing Market Confidence Continues to Bounce Back
7/8/2020 1:22 PM
Fannie Mae"s Home Purchase Sentiment Index (HPSI) continued to rebound last month from its sharp retreat to near record lows in the Spring. The Index, based on selected responses to the company"s National Housing Survey (NHS) fell an aggregate 29.5 points in March and April, in reaction to the COVID-19 crisis. It added back 4.5 points...Read More
Mortgage Application Volume Recovers its Momentum
7/8/2020 9:44 AM
Mortgage application volume bounced back into positive territory last week, even though banks and many businesses were closed on Friday for the Independence Day Holiday. The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) said its Market Composite Index, a measure of that volume, was 2.2 percent higher on a seasonally adjust...Read More
Study Shows Low Housing Supply Leads to Gentrification
7/8/2020 7:37 AM
A study by the Urban Institute (UI) has found a strong correlation between the home price to income ratio in an area and its rate of gentrification. The results are published on UI"s Urban Wire blog in a post written by analysts Ellen Seidman, Jun Zhu, and Laurie Goodman. The authors say it is important to understand what increases t...Read More
2021 Could See First Decline in Home Prices in 9 Years
7/7/2020 8:48 AM
Did the housing happy talk just get a little less so? CoreLogic"s Housing Price Index Forecast (HPI) over the May 2020 to May 2021 window is seeing more rapid price deceleration in the face of the COVID-19 situation than did their previous 12-month forecast that ended in April of next year. In its report last month CoreLogic...Read More
Construction Spending Showing Promise
7/6/2020 1:13 PM
Despite any impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, construction spending is still largely managing to stay ahead of its 2019 levels. The U.S. Census Bureau said total spending in May was at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of Ā $1.356 trillion, down 2.1 percent from April"s $1.386 trillion rate. The April rate was revised significant...Read More
More Covid Data Rolls in, Are Refis Here to Stay?
7/6/2020 10:24 AM
Black Knight has again taken a look at the number of Americans who could benefit significantly from refinancing their first mortgages, but the facts are shifting almost faster than they can report them. In its current Mortgage Monitor, the company reports that 90 percent of homeowners who have sufficient equity in th...Read More
Forbearance Plans Resume Downtrend After Last Week"s Uptick
7/6/2020 8:47 AM
The number of homeowners in COVID-19 forbearance dropped sharply this week, to the lowest level since the first week of May. The number of plans which hit a peak on May 22 then declined slowly over the next three weeks but shot up by nearly 80,000 loan plans during the week ended June 23. Black Knight"s survey of mortgage loan service...Read More