Accounting for the Veteran's Day holiday, mortgage applications actually fell for the week, but there is a silver lining when it comes to purchase applications.
Although the average contract interest rate fell for many types of loans, mortgage application volume fell - the MBA points out that Columbus Day may have...
As the government has been shut down, mortgage application fell and uncertainty continues.
For the seventh consecutive week, mortgage application volume fell, indicating sales may stutter in coming months.
The volume of people applying for any type of mortgage continues to fall as interest rates increase and other market changes take place.
Mortgage application volume falls as mortgage interest rates continue to increase, according to the Mortgage Banker's Association.
According to the MBA, mortgage application volume continues to fall as mortgage interest rates slide upward. This forward-looking indicator is monitored for its implications on housing...
Mortgage interest rates are increasing, and overall application volume is dipping, but while refinance applications decline, new purchase applications are actually improving.
After a recent worsening in the mortgage application volume indicator, Memorial Day week turned out to be an improvement, albeit a slight one.
Losing gains made in weeks prior, mortgage application volume fell substantially this week, led by a massive dip in refinance applications while new loans actually improved...
Mortgage application volume takes a dive this week, according to the MBA, with refinances taking the hardest hit.
Although inventory levels remain tight, more buyers are hopping into the market as revealed by the mortgage application volume for new loans, now at its highest...
Mortgage application volume is up across the board, offering yet another hopeful sign for the housing sector.
Mortgage application volume fell last week, which the Mortgage Banker's Association says is a result of higher interest rates.
Pending home sales rose in January, but forward-looking indicator mortgage application volume fell, so is housing improving?
2013 has already been quite a roller coaster for mortgage application volume as interest and disinterest has spiked and plummeted, this week rising a bit.
Mortgage application volume in the second week of the year jumped, led by new mortgage applications, a healthy sign for housing and buyer interest.
Even accounting for the holidays, mortgage application volume rose substantially in the first week of the year, and while many readings are below pre-holiday levels, they...
Mortgage application volume rose last week, marking a silver lining in the housing market as the sector begins its long march to recovery.
Even adjusting for the Thanksgiving holiday, mortgage application volume fell, and the goverment share of purchase applications fell to its lowest share since early 2009.
After weeks of sliding, the Mortgage Bankers Association is reporting a small surge in mortgage application volume, noting the post-Superstorm Sandy decline in recent weeks.
Seeing slight increases for the week, mortgage application volumes for refinance and new purchases continue their slow rise.
Mortgage application volume rose this week, as did the portion of applications that were refinances, hitting a three-year high.
Applications for mortgage refinancing skyrocketed this week, as concerns about the economy continue, and homeowners continue to lean on HARP refinance loans.
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