MBA Chart of the Week Nov. 18, 2022: Return to Office Rates

This week’s Chart of the Week highlights data from Kastle Systems for November 3-9, showing the range of daily occupancy rates for 10 major metros. For these metros, the lowest average occupancy rate for a particular day of the week was 32.2 percent, and the highest was 56.0 percent, compared to essentially 100 percent occupancy pre-pandemic for most days.

MBA Chart of the Week Nov. 18, 2022: Return to Office Rates

This week’s Chart of the Week highlights data from Kastle Systems for November 3-9, showing the range of daily occupancy rates for 10 major metros. For these metros, the lowest average occupancy rate for a particular day of the week was 32.2 percent, and the highest was 56.0 percent, compared to essentially 100 percent occupancy pre-pandemic for most days.

Fed Raises Rate to 15-Year High

The Federal Open Market Committee, as expected, raised the federal funds rate by 75 basis points on Wednesday to its highest level since 2008.

MBA Chart of the Week Oct. 28 2022: Year-Over-Year Changes in Origination Volume

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week examines year-over-year changes in origination volume ($ and units) dating back to 2016, and the forecasted volume from 2022 to 2025. In 2022, we expect a 15% decline in purchase origination dollars from 2021 but a steeper 27% decrease in the number of loans.

MBA Chart of the Week Oct. 28 2022: Year-Over-Year Changes in Origination Volume

This week’s MBA Chart of the Week examines year-over-year changes in origination volume ($ and units) dating back to 2016, and the forecasted volume from 2022 to 2025. In 2022, we expect a 15% decline in purchase origination dollars from 2021 but a steeper 27% decrease in the number of loans.

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 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.