Thursday , 14 January 2021

Averages in 2014: LTV, FICO, Loan Types, and More

By Jann Swanson

Posted To: MND NewsWire

Fifty-six percent of loans closed in December were for home purchase, somewhat lower than the average for 2014 as a whole according to the Origination Insights Report from Ellie Mae. Lower interest rates pushed refinancing numbers higher toward the end of the year, increasing originations for that purpose from the years low of 32 percent in July to 45 percent in November but the refinancing shared dipped to 43 percent in December, allowing the reciprocal share of purchase mortgages to increase for the first time in four months. For the entire year purchase loans had a 61 percent share of all originations and refinance loans were 38 percent of the total. In 2013 refinancing constituted 53 percent of all loans and purchases 47 percent. There was a big difference, however, in the statistics for…(read more)

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