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Mortgage applications jump a solid 4.6%

Conventional and government-backed purchase apps up
Trey Garrison
March rolled in like a lamb and strode out more like a lion – not exactly roaring, but certainly with more confidence and swagger. Here’s why there was a little roar.
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The latest Federal Reserve data proves it’s still too hard to get a mortgage

So much for easier credit
Jacob Gaffney
According to the Federal Reserve, the recent news that mortgage credit availability increased slightly in February is counter balanced by the fact potential borrowers are still being rejected at a historically high rate. So, just how many are being rejected?
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Mortgage applications jump 9.5% in mid-March

Refinances fuel surge in apps for week
Trey Garrison
After just downright depressing lows for much of the first quarter, mortgage applications surged ahead last week. Here's what happened.
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Mortgage applications drop again, down 3.9%

Refinancings now at lowest share since October 2014
Trey Garrison
Mortgage applications continue to disappoint, dropping again in the second week of March after a rough patch through February. Here’s the break down.
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Mortgage applications slip slightly in first week of March

Still largely holding steady after big February losses
Trey Garrison
No big news is good news in terms of mortgage applications. After a big start in January and a big fall in February, March starts with a minor decline. Here’s what happened.
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Capital Economics on mortgage apps: Nowhere to go but up

Fundamentals point to upswing over the long haul
Trey Garrison
Mortgage rates finished February flat after a very down run through the bulk of the month. While some are concerned, here are a few reasons other analysts are much more optimistic.
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Mortgage applications hold the line

Last week of February sees a stop to declines
Trey Garrison
After three weeks of steady declines, mortgage applications held steady in final week of the month. Here’s what happened.
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Mortgage applications continue falling despite low interest rates

Refis drop off 8% in one week
Trey Garrison
Mortgage applications continued to fall last week despite continued low interest rates, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association. Here's what happened and why it matters.
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Mortgage applications tumble 13.2% as rates climb

Refinancings for larger loans take hit
Trey Garrison
Mortgage applications decreased 13.2% from one week earlier, giving up more ground gained in January. Here’s what happened and why.
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Mortgage applications drop a hefty 9% after strong January gains

Refis and purchases see big declines
Trey Garrison
A week after rising 1.3% and about four weeks after a 49% jump, mortgage applications decreased 9% from one week earlier. Here’s why.
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