Mortgage applications for new home purchases in April fell by 14 percent from March and by 10.6 percent from a year ago, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported Thursday.
Mortgage Bankers Association Vice Chair Mark A. Jones testified Wednesday on behalf of MBA before the House VA Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity.
NEW YORK—With fraud, data hacks and ransomware on the rise, cyber crime is a more visible threat to financial services companies.
April housing starts fell by just 0.2 percent from March—no thanks to single-family starts, which fell by more than 7 percent—HUD and the Census Bureau reported Wednesday.
Ongoing economic uncertainty has not hindered broader optimism about the future for commercial real estate, reported DLA Piper, New York.