More Than Half of October Refis Were FHA/VA

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The interest rate for loans originated (closed) in October inched down 1 percentage point to 4.20 percent, the lowest rate thus far in 2017, and the sixth month in a row rates have declined. Ellie Mae also reported that the share of originations that were for refinancing moved up one percentage point to the highest share since February. “We are continuing to see borrowers take advantage of the lower interest rates as the refinance percentage increased to 39 percent of total loans in the month,” said Jonathan Corr, president and CEO of Ellie Mae. “We saw increases in October across all loan types with FHA refinances at 23 percent, conventional refinances at 46 percent and VA refinances at 32 percent of all closed loans.” According to the company’s Origination Insight Report, the distribution…(read more)

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