MBA: Mortgage applications fall again, decrease 1.3%

MBA: Mortgage Applications Fall Again, Decrease 1.3% Posted on November 12, 2015 by marshfieldmatters The 30-year, FRM reaches new high Brena Swanson, November 11, 2015, Mortgage applications dropped 1.3% from one weekearlier, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’sWeekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week.

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– Market Update: Mortgage applications rise 3.6% in MBA’s latest survey The MBA’s weekly mortgage application survey showed a 3.6% increase in overall volume from the week prior. Quicken Loans Vice president bill banfield offers the following comments on the report.

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Mortgage interest rates are at the lowest level since last November, but not quite at the lows of last year. That is part of why mortgage volume is weakening. The other factor is a shrinking number of sales as potential buyers struggle to find and afford their dream homes. Total mortgage application.

Existing home sales fall again in April. The Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly mortgage applications survey shows applications dipped 1.3% in the week ending July 15, 2016. The Refinance.

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"Mortgage rates generally fell, but not as low as they had in 2016," said Joel Kan, an MBA economist. "Borrowers potentially looking at a refinance might be waiting for a much bigger decrease in order to act." Mortgage applications to purchase a home fell 3 percent for the week and are just 4 percent higher than one year ago. Annual gains in.