Thursday, September 14, 2006

countrywide / cfc

einer der größten finanzierer gibt daten für den august bekannt. auffällig ist das der einzige sektor der noch wächst der "home equity loans" (heloc) also der "kohle aus der hütte/refinanzierungen" ist. alle anderen sektoren brechen besonders in den letzten moanten rapide ein. denke das bald auch der bereich heloc bald an der reihe ist.


countrywide august 2006
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/060914/lath025.html?.v=72
Mortgage loan fundings for the month of August were $40 billion, a decrease of 24 percent from August 2005. Year-to-date fundings of $296 billion were down by 4 percent from $309 billion last year

- Monthly purchase volume in August was $19 billion as compared to
$25 billion for August 2005. Year-to-date purchase activity was
$138 billion as compared to $148 billion last year.
- Adjustable-rate loan fundings for the month of August were
$18 billion as compared to $27 billion in August 2005. Year-to-date
adjustable-rate volume was $143 billion as compared to $166 billion
last year.
- Home equity loan fundings for August were $4.1 billion, essentially
flat from August 2005. Year-to-date home equity fundings were
$31 billion, 14 percent higher than last year.
- Nonprime loan fundings in August were $3.7 billion, compared with
$4.5 billion for the year-ago period. Year-to-date nonprime loan
funding volume of $27 billion was down 3 percent from the comparable
period last year.
- Consolidated pay-option loan fundings for the month of August were
$5.4 billion, compared with $10.4 billion in August of last year.
Year-to-date pay-option fundings were $49.7 billion, as compared to
$60.2 billion from the same period last year.

* Average daily mortgage loan application activity in August was
$2.6 billion, down 17 percent from last year. The mortgage loan
pipeline was $64 billion at August 31, 2006 as compared to $78 billion
at August 31, 2005.

jan-martin

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