Ginnie Mae’s MBS portfolio reaches $1.5 trillion But alongside this tangled conversation, Ginnie Mae has tripled its mortgage-backed security (MBS) portfolio from less than $500 billion at the start of the financial crisis to $1.5 trillion last month, earning a profit every year for the last two decades, and is now building the groundwork to become even larger. Could it eventually fill the.
Mortgage Loan Rates Tick Up as Refinancing Increases. adjustable rate mortgage loans account for 8% of all applications, unchanged from previous weeks. The MBA’s refinance index increased by 4% after falling by 4% in the previous week. The share of refinancings increased from 53% to 55% of all applications.
This morning we’ve had last week’s mortgage applications data. Overall apps were -1.6%, but refis were the bulk of that and continue to slide, down over 4% and are down 33% versus a year ago. (Purchases were +.7%.) No one wants to refi out of those 3.5% 30-year fixed-rate loans!
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Mortgage Applications rose 9% last week as refis rose 18.7% and purchases fell 1.6%. With the 10 year trading below 2% again, there should be refinance opportunities. With the 10 year yield falling and the Fed Fund rate increasing, the strategy to pitch is to swap out of an ARM (which is pegged to short term rates) and into a 30 year fixed.
Mortgage applications tick up 1.6% for week as refis grow effect, we expect loans for use outside of Hong Kong to grow at a slower rate this year. HK’s total deposits grew at the slowest pace since August 2016 by 6.8% yoy while HKD savings deposits contracted 1.6% on a monthly basis in March.
Mortgage Applications fell 3.7% last week as purchases fell 5% and refis fell 3%. The average conforming rate fell 3 basis points, which makes this a surprise, but it could just be the vagaries of the slow season, which is pretty much over. The consumer price index rose more than expected, increasing 0.6% month-over month and 2.5% year-over-year.
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Mortgage applications increased 1.6% from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending August 1, 2014.
Turning to today, MBA mortgage applications for the week ending December 7 kicked off today: +1.6% (refis at 41.5% of apps), the Consumer Price Index for November came in flat, core +.2%, as expected. Real weekly earnings are seen rising 0.1% MoM, the same as October.
Mortgage Applications Fall 8.1% as Rates Tick Up Sharply Jan 30 2013, 8:16AM After a strong showing in the first few weeks of the New Year, mortgage applications dropped sharply during the week.
Mortgage applications tick up 1.6% for week as refis grow This morning we’ve had the MBA’s application survey numbers from last week: up nearly 3% with refis jumping. are better a tick or two (32nds). Continuing its national expansion, Florida’s Hamilton.