MBA Forecast: Recession Likely in 2023, Mortgage Originations to Decline 9% to $2.05 Trillion
NASHVILLE—The Mortgage Bankers Association said total mortgage origination volume is expected to decline to $2.05 trillion in 2023 from the $2.26 trillion expected in 2022. Purchase originations are forecast to decrease by 3 percent to $1.53 trillion next year, while refinance volume is anticipated to decline by 24 percent to $513 billion.
MBA Advocacy Update Oct. 24 2022
On Friday, Ginnie Mae extended the mandatory implementation date of its recently announced risk-based capital requirement to December 31, 2024. On Wednesday, a federal appeals court found that the CFPB’s independent funding structure is unconstitutional
Ginnie Mae Delays Issuers’ Risk-Based Capital Requirement to Dec. 2024
Ginnie Mae on Friday said it would extend its mandatory implementation date of its risk-based capital requirement by one additional year, to Dec. 31, 2024.
MBA Chart of the Week Oct. 21 2022: Loans in Forbearance
In this week’s Chart of the Week, we show the year-to-date forbearance rates across all investor categories. The most substantial improvement was among portfolio and private-label securities loans. The forbearance rate has dropped 229 basis points since the beginning of the year.
The Week Ahead, Oct. 24, 2022: On Site at MBA Annual22
NASHVILLE--Good morning, and happy Monday! MBA NewsLink comes to you this morning from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Annual Convention & Expo here at the Music City Center.
MISMO Seeks Public Comment on New Flood Risk Disclosure Resource Guide
MISMO®, the real estate finance industry standards organization, seeks public comment on a new Flood Risk Disclosure Resource Guide. The guide is designed to help homeowners and industry participants understand potential flood risks by listing publicly available resources, factors, and information that may be useful.