Wednesday, August 30, 2006

hypothekenanträge

U.S. WEEKLY PURCHASE APPLICATIONS FALL 1.6% TO 33-MONTH LOW

U.S. WEEKLY REFINANCE APPLICATIONS INCH UP TO 5-MONTH HIGH

U.S. WEEKLY MORTGAGE APPLICATIONS FALL 0.9%

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- The number of applications for mortgages dropped 0.9% last week as interest rates bounced off a five-month low, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported Wednesday.

The number of applications for home purchases fell 1.6% to the lowest number since November 2003.

Applications for refinancing an existing loan inched higher to a five-month high.

Applications are down 22.4% from a year earlier -- a reflection of the weaker real-estate market.

Loans to refinance existing mortgages accounted for 41.5% of total applications last week, up from 40.6% the week earlier. It's the highest share for refinancings since February.

Adjustable-rate mortgage applications increased to 26.8% of total loans, up slightly from 26.4% the previous week

von calculatet riskhttp://calculatedrisk.blogspot.com/2006/08/mba-mortgage-applications-decline.html

Purchase activity continues to fall and is at 2003 levels. August 2006 purchase activity is off 21.7% compared to August 2005. Year-to-date purchase activity is off 12.9% compared to 2005 and appears to be getting worse.


man kann gespannt sein wie sich ggf. die verschärfung der richlinien auf die hypothekenanträge auswirken wird.http://immobilienblasen.blogspot.com/2006/08/regulierung-subprime.html

jan-martin

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