· ”With June starts generating optimism after halting three straight months of declines, the July data is disappointing and may indicate that full year projections of 1.25 million to 1.3 million.
Total housing starts dropped 0.9% during May, more than doubling the slide predicted by economists’ consensus forecast. monthly housing-construction estimates by the U.S. Commerce Department show a 10.
· Housing starts dropped 8.7 percent from January to February, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
U.S. housing market data released on Friday and Monday suggests the industry may be cooling despite a steep drop in mortgage rates since the Fed turned dovish in March.. growth or layoffs to.
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The coming week may tell whether the incessant plunge in global bond yields shows any signs of relenting. able to point to the robust labour market as a reason for treading cautiously on policy.
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US housing starts decline steeper than expected – A gauge of US home building declined in May, a fresh sign of weakness in the housing market. Housing starts fell. That was.
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The signs of life in the U.S. housing market were bolstered by upward revisions to housing starts and permits. builders to a five-year high in May, according to a survey released on Tuesday,
Record issuance of non-QM securities in the first quarter Record issuance of non-QM securities in the first quarter Non-qualified mortgage-backed securities record issuance in the first quarter puts it on pace to top full-year volume predictions, according to Keefe, Bruyette & Woods.
· Housing Inventories Catching Up With Demand. Starts fell across the United States but dropped especially hard in the Midwest. Despite the recent slowdown in residential construction, it is moving in a positive trend. Permits for new, single-family homes rose 0.8% in June and are up 6.6% on a year-to-date basis.
Despite the much weaker than expected job growth, the unemployment rate dropped to 3.8 percent in February from 4.0 percent in January. The unemployment rate had been expected to dip to 3.9 percent. Meanwhile, the Commerce Department released a separate report showing a substantial rebound in housing starts in January.
GRAPHIC-Take Five: Losing interest – The coming week may tell whether the incessant plunge in global bond yields shows any signs of relenting. able to point to the robust labour market as a reason for treading cautiously on policy.
Ocwen and FIS agree to settle lawsuit over alleged audit abuses Citi names Chubak to head consumer retail banking and mortgage First-quarter mortgage revenue dip flags a 2019 challenge for Equifax Equifax reported mixed first-quarter 2019 results, with earnings beating the zacks consensus estimate but revenues missing the same. Adjusted earnings of $1.20 per share beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate by a penny and declined 16% on a year-over-year basis.Higher home prices risk closing door on housing momentum Indeed, the wrongdoing alleged in the Ocwen case occurred through 2012, showing that this misconduct is ongoing, despite a massive settlement with the industry’s biggest players earlier that year.