New forbearance requests fell to a three-week low, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported Monday.
As the Senate plods toward what appears to be eventual passage of a massive infrastructure framework, the Mortgage Bankers Association and several other industry trade groups expressed opposition to an amendment that would unfavorably alter the False Claims Act.
Commercial and multifamily mortgage bankers are expected to close $578 billion in loans backed by income-producing properties in 2021, a 31 percent increase from 2020's volume of $442 billion, according to a new forecast released Tuesday by the Mortgage Bankers Association.
According to MBA’s Weekly Forbearance and Call Volume Survey, the share of loans in forbearance dropped to 3.47 percent of servicers’ portfolio volume as of July 25, 2021, from a peak of 8.55 percent as of June 7, 2020. While the number of borrowers exiting forbearance has fluctuated from one month to the next, with the largest number of reported exits in July and October of last year, the post-forbearance outcomes for borrowers have differed.