According to a recent study published by the Mortgage Consumers Association for the week ended May 12, 2021, there are U.S. applications real estate taxes fell two hundred and eighty percent from the previous week.
The integrated market index, ie the number of housing loans, has fallen by 2.8 percent year-on-year since last week. The index soon fell 4 percent last week.
The refinancing index was 5 percent lower than last week and 31 percent higher than the same week last year. The quarterly sales index increased by 2 percent compared to the previous week. Informal marketing fell two percent from the previous week and was six percent lower than the same week last week.
Debt repayments were reduced for the seventh time in the eight weeks since the two-week reduction due to the debt crisis. Actions were more concerned about prices and the decline this week was smaller. Business outlook. Despite great strength. Sales orders were 5.7 percent lower than last year in.”
Mortgage refinancing fell from 63.5 percent of all applications last week to 62.9 percent. The share of mortgage harmonization (ARM) increased by 3.2 percent of all claims.
The FHA rate for all applications rose from 8.8 percent to 8.9 percent last week. The distribution of VA for all applications increased from 10.2 percent to 10.8 percent last week. The USDA’s share of all applications remained at 0.5 percent last week.
The total fixed 30-year interest rate and the corresponding Mortgage interest rate ($ 548,250 or less) rose 3.26 percent to 3.20 percent and bonds rose 0.34 percent (inclusive) to 0.43 percent. Initial cost) 80 percent of the credit type (LTV). The level of education has risen since last week.
The interest rate of 30 million on the fixed loan agreement and the loan amount (over $ 548,250) did not change to 3.26 percent, the minimum. It fell to 0.39 from 0.32 (including initial cost) of 80 percent of LTV loans. The level of education has risen since last week.
The average interest rate on a 30-year FHA fixed loan rose 3.23 percent from 3.18 percent and 0.41 percent from 0.31 percent (including Start) on 80 percent of LTV loans. The level of education has risen since last week.
The fiscal interest rate on the 15-year fixed-rate mortgage rose from 2.56 percent to 2.52 percent and the points rose from 0.36 to 0.33 (including the initial interest rate) on 80 percent of LTV loans. The level of education has risen since last week.
5/1 ARM’s average return increased from 2.82 percent to 2.89 percent and LTV’s 80 credit points fell from 0.16 to 0.25 (including the starting price). The level of education has risen since last week.