MBA Chart of the Week: Year-to-Date Returns for REIT Stocks

How the health, social and economic impacts of the coronavirus outbreak flow through to commercial and multifamily properties remains clouded in uncertainty – mainly because of the uncertainty about the virus itself and our public and private responses to it. One thing that is clear is that different property types and different markets will be affected differently.

MBA Doubles 2020 Refinance Forecast

The Mortgage Bankers Association this week issued its revised Mortgage Finance Forecast and Economic Forecast, in which MBA doubled its previous 2020 refinance mortgage originations projections.

MBA Doubles 2020 Refinance Forecast

The Mortgage Bankers Association this week issued its revised Mortgage Finance Forecast and Economic Forecast, in which MBA doubled its previous 2020 refinance mortgage originations projections.

MBA Doubles 2020 Refinance Forecast

The Mortgage Bankers Association today issued its revised Mortgage Finance Forecast and Economic Forecast, in which MBA doubled its previous 2020 refinance mortgage originations projections.

MBA Chart of the Week: 30-Year Fixed Rate vs. 10-Year Treasury

The yield on U.S. 10-year Treasuries fell to record lows last week, driven by increasing concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on the global and U.S. economy. Just last week, there has been an increase in occurrences of business shutdowns, travel restrictions and potential spending reductions.

MBA Chart of the Week: Estimates of New Home Sales

Want to get an early read of the U.S. Census Bureau’s monthly release of new home sales? Start following MBA’s estimates on new home sales in the monthly release of the Builder Application Survey.

MBA Chart of the Week: Estimates of New Home Sales

Want to get an early read of the U.S. Census Bureau’s monthly release of new home sales? Start following MBA’s estimates on new home sales in the monthly release of the Builder Application Survey.

MBA Chart of the Week: Homeownership Rate by Age

The national homeownership rate increased to 65.1% in the final three months of 2019, the first time above 65 percent in seven years. Since bottoming out at 62.9 percent in second quarter 2016, the number of owner-occupied homes has increased by 4.5 million.