Global economic headwinds continued to drive mortgage applications lower for the week ending May 24, 2019, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. According to MBA’s weekly Mortgage Applications Survey, on an unadjusted basis, the Market Composite Index fell 3.3% from the previous week.
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According to MBA's weekly Mortgage Applications Survey, on an unadjusted. share of total applications held its ground from last week's 0.6%.
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Mortgage applications. USDA share fell to 0.6% from 0.7%. “Mortgage rates were little changed last week, but as we anticipated, homebuyers are responding favorably to this more stable rate.
The Department of Agriculture’s share of total applications held steady from last week’s 0.6%. Mortgage interest rates for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances ($484,350 or less) retreated from last week’s rate of 4.23% to 4.12%.
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"Mortgage rates fell across the board last week, driven by a similar slide in. of total applications increased to 10.2 percent from 10.0 percent the week prior. The USDA share of total applications.
Additionally, the MBA’s report showed that the Federal Housing Administration share of mortgage applications fell by two basis points from 9.7% last week to 9.5% this week, while the Department of Veteran Affairs’ share of total applications fell to 11.9% from 12.5% during the week prior.
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The Veterans Affairs’ share of applications declined to 10.9% from last week’s 11.3%. The Department of Agriculture ‘s share of total applications held its ground from last week’s 0.6%.
The refinance share of mortgage activity fell to 38.8% of total applications, down from 39.4% the previous week. The FHA share of total applications fell to 9.5% from 9.9%, the VA share fell to 10.9% from 11.3%, and the USDA share remained unchanged at 0.6%.
The Department of Agriculture’s share of total applications remained unchanged from last week’s 0.6%. Mortgage interest rates for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances.
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Mortgage applications to purchase a home fell 1 percent last week to the lowest level since May, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. Mortgage demand from homebuyers has been falling for.