Mortgage applications declined 1.2% during the week ended Sept. 9, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey.
Worsening affordability challenges are affecting first-time homebuyers
Despite a slow start to the spring homebuying season, prospective buyers are showing some resiliency in the face of higher mortgage rates, as seen by two weeks in a row of increasing loan applications.
Overall mortgage-application volume was at its lowest level since 2018, the Mortgage Bankers Association said.
The Arya Peachtree stands 12 stories tall and includes 282 units.
“Investors are weighing the impacts of rapidly increasing inflation in the U.S. and many other parts of the world against the potential for a slowdown in economic growth due to a renewed bout of supply-chain constraints.” — MBA associate vice president of economic and industry forecasting Joel Kan
Infinity Real Estate Advisors LLC used two loans aggregating $60 million to make the acquisitions.
“Looking ahead, the potential for higher inflation amidst disruptions in oil and other commodity flows will likely lead to a period of volatility in rates.” — MBA associate vice president of economic and industry forecasting Joel Kan
“Be a kind human, treat everyone equally.” — April Crawford, senior mortgage loan originator, Southeast Mortgage of Georgia Inc.
Mortgage applications fell more than 13% in the most-recent week tracked by the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Market Composite Index, while interest rates continued to rise.