Items Tagged with 'Refinance demand'

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  • Mixed mortgage news: Refis fall to four-year low, but purchases climb sharply

    Total originations actually rise 15% in second quarter
    The signs were all there. It was clear that refinance originations were trending down as interest rates rose, but it’s still striking to see the results in black and white. According to newly released data from ATTOM Data Solutions, refinance originations fell to a four-year low during the second quarter, thanks to increases in interest rates.
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  • Goodbye refi: Rising interest rates all but erase refinance demand

    Purchase loans now make up nearly 75% of all mortgages
    While mortgage interest rates dipped ever so slightly in the last week, they’ve been trending up for the majority of this year. And it appears that the consistent rise in interest rates this year has all but dried up refinance demand. Is it time to say goodbye to refis for a while? It certainly looks that way.
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  • [Charts] CoreLogic: New mortgage demand about to boom, along with fraud risks

    These 3 charts break down today's growing mortgage fraud risk
    The days of a refinance-driven market are quickly coming to an end as purchase applications start to take over. Compared to refis, with the shift to purchase applications, there comes an increase in fraud risk due to increased opportunities to commit mortgage origination fraud. This latest report from CoreLogic backs this up, highlighting what the future of mortgage fraud looks like.
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  • Attom: Refinance originations fell to 10-year low in 1st quarter

    Overall origination volume by dollar amount drops to three-year low
    Mortgage rates may sit at a yearly low right now, but earlier in the year rates sat well north of 4%, and that drove first-quarter refinance originations to the lowest level in 10 years, a new report from Attom Data Solutions shows. Here's a full breakdown of Q1's loan data.
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  • Refinance well drying up? Rising interest rates shrink pool of eligible borrowers, again

    New Black Knight report shows impact of another week of higher rates
    A recent report from Black Knight Financial Services showed that the pool of borrowers who had incentive to refinance shrank over the last several weeks as mortgage interest rates rose above 4%. Now, thanks to another increase in interest rates last week, the pool of borrowers with incentive to refinance is now even smaller.
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