The key takeaway from the report is that overall sales activity remains tepid despite the fundamental supports of low mortgage rates, low unemployment, and a tight supply of existing homes for sale. The weekly MBA Mortgage Applications Index declined 1.9% following a 1.1% decline in the prior week.
Consumer confidence is up, unemployment benefit applications have tumbled and the unemployment rate is at a three-and-a-half-year low. are cutting fewer jobs. Weekly applications have dropped by 10.
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Weekly applications. rate. High unemployment and sluggish growth prompted the Federal Reserve to announce several major steps to boost the economy last week. Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed will.
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"Housing would therefore need to be on steroids to provide a major boost. rate did fall to 8.1 percent from 8.3 percent. But that was because many people gave up looking for work, so they were no.
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But Cameron on Thursday said that housing prices in many parts of the country were barely moving at all. "Nationally, excluding London and the south-east, house prices are up. three months. The.
They expect a boost from. despite falling mortgage rates. However, purchase demand rebounded slightly in September. Refinance applications have fared better than the purchase segment, rising in.
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Donovan said it was actually an even lower ratio in practice but the proposal is for a broad-based refi to allow up. lowest level they’ve ever been for a 30-year mortgage. Low interest rates are.
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Still, the four-week average, a more reliable gauge of the job market, fell to the lowest level since mid-April. The report suggests that the economy is creating jobs but not nearly enough to lower.