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.

CDC Issues Interim Guidance for Businesses, Employers on Coronavirus

Amid growing public concerns about the spreading coronavirus epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week issued an Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Mortgage Applications Back Up in MBA Weekly Survey

Mortgage applications continued their strong start to 2020, increasing by 1.5 percent from one week earlier as key interest rates fell again, the Mortgage Bankers reported this morning in its Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending February 21.

Mortgage Applications Back Up in MBA Weekly Survey

Mortgage applications continued their strong start to 2020, increasing by 1.5 percent from one week earlier as key interest rates fell again, the Mortgage Bankers reported this morning in its Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending February 21.

Mortgage Applications Down in MBA Weekly Survey

The 2020 honeymoon couldn’t last forever: after a blazing start to the new year, mortgage applications finally took a downturn this week in the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending February 14.

#MBAIMB20: Mortgage Market Outlook for IMBs

NEW ORLEANS—Last year at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Independent Mortgage Bankers Conference, the outlook for the economy and IMBs seemed a bit bleaker. “We thought we were going to be chased off the stage,” quipped MBA Vice President of Industry Analysis Marina Walsh.

#MBAIMB20: Mortgage Market Outlook for IMBs

NEW ORLEANS—Last year at the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Independent Mortgage Bankers Conference, the outlook for the economy and IMBs seemed a bit bleaker. “We thought we were going to be chased off the stage,” quipped MBA Vice President of Industry Analysis Marina Walsh.