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  • Sun, Mar 22 2015
  • 11:42 PM » US bond market vigilantes have "gone fishing"
    Published Sun, Mar 22 2015 11:42 PM by CNBC
    It seems like U.S. bond market vigilantes have gone fishing, delegating the guessing game of the anticipated rate hikes to market timers.
  • 11:41 PM » Fed: Q4 Household Debt Service Ratio near Record Low
    Published Sun, Mar 22 2015 11:41 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    The Fed's Household Debt Service ratio through Q4 2014 was released Friday: Household Debt Service and Financial Obligations Ratios . I used to track this quarterly back in 2005 and 2006 to point out that households were taking on excessive financial obligations. These ratios show the percent of disposable personal income (DPI) dedicated to debt service (DSR) and financial obligations (FOR) for households. Note: The Fed changed the release in Q3 2013. The household Debt Service Ratio (DSR) is the ratio of total required household debt payments to total disposable income. The DSR is divided into two parts. The Mortgage DSR is total quarterly required mortgage payments divided by total quarterly disposable personal income. The Consumer DSR is total quarterly scheduled consumer debt payments divided by total quarterly disposable personal income. The Mortgage DSR and the Consumer DSR sum to the DSR. This data has limited value in terms of absolute numbers, but is useful in looking at trends. Here is a discussion from the Fed: The limitations of current sources of data make the calculation of the ratio especially difficult. The ideal data set for such a calculation would have the required payments on every loan held by every household in the United States. Such a data set is not available, and thus the calculated series is only an approximation of the debt service ratio faced by households. Nonetheless, this approximation is useful to the extent that, by using the same method and data series over time, it generates a time series that captures the important changes in the household debt service burden. Click on graph for larger image. The graph shows the Total Debt Service Ratio (DSR), and the DSR for mortgages (blue) and consumer debt (yellow). The overall Debt Service Ratio decreased in Q4, and is near the record low set in Q4 2012.  Note: The financial obligation ratio (FOR) is also near a record low  (not shown) The DSR for mortgages (blue...
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 11:41 PM » Bank of America must face Chicago-area predatory lending lawsuit
    Published Sun, Mar 22 2015 11:41 PM by Reuters
    (Reuters) - A federal judge rejected Bank of America Corp's request to dismiss a lawsuit in which Cook County, Illinois, accused the lender of targeting black and Hispanic borrowers in the Chicago area with subprime mortgages.
  • Fri, Mar 20 2015
  • 4:44 PM » Persistent Low Inflation Hurts Fed Credibility, Evans Says
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 4:44 PM by blogs.wsj.com
    The Federal Reserve's persistent failure to hit its 2% inflation target in recent years raises the concern that objective will lose credibility with the public and financial markets, Chicago Fed President Charles Evans said.
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    Source: blogs.wsj.com
  • 4:43 PM » AIG investors' $970.5 million settlement wins approval
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 4:43 PM by Reuters
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - American International Group Inc shareholders won approval on Friday of a $970.5 million settlement resolving claims that they were misled about its subprime mortgage exposure, leading to a liquidity crisis and $182.3 billion in federal bailouts.
  • 3:27 PM » Homebuilders Rally After KB Home Reports Strong Orders
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 3:27 PM by Bloomberg
    Homebuilders Rally After KB Home Reports Strong Orders Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Builders rose after KB Home reported higher orders Friday, following yesterday's better-than-expected results from Lennar Corp., signals of growing housing demand at the start of year's most important sales season. The Bloomberg ... and more »
  • 3:27 PM » Zillow: Negative Equity Rate unchanged in Q4 2014
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 3:27 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    From Zillow: Even as Home Values Rise, Negative Equity Rate Flattens In the fourth quarter of 2014, the U.S. negative equity rate - the percentage of all homeowners with a mortgage that are underwater, owing more on their home than it is worth - stood at 16.9 percent , unchanged from the third quarter. Negative equity had fallen quarter-over-quarter for ten straight quarters, or two-and-a-half years, prior to flattening out between Q3 and Q4 of last year. While this may not seem very notable (after all, overall negative equity didn't go up, merely flattened out), this represents a major turning point in the housing market. The days in which rapid and fairly uniform home value appreciation contributed to steep drops in negative equity are behind us, and a new normal has arrived. Negative equity, while it may still fall in fits and spurts, is decidedly here to stay, and will impact the market for years to come. emphasis added The following graph from Zillow shows negative equity by Loan-to-Value (LTV) in Q4 2014. Click on graph for larger image. From Zillow: Nationally, of the homeowners who are underwater, around half are only underwater by 20 percent or less, which is to say they are close to escaping negative equity. (Figure 2) On the other hand, 1.9 percent of all owners with a mortgage remain deeply underwater, owing at least twice what their home is worth. Of the largest metro areas, markets with above average rates of deeply underwater homeowners include Las Vegas (3.8 percent), Chicago (3.8 percent), Atlanta (3.5 percent), Detroit (3.3 percent) and Miami (2.8 percent) Almost half of the borrowers with negative equity have a LTV of 100% to 120% (8.2% in Q4 2014). Most of these borrowers are current on their mortgages - and they have probably either refinanced with HARP or their loans are well seasoned (most of these properties were purchased in the 2004 through 2006 period, so borrowers have been current for ten years or so). In a few years, these borrowers...
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 3:26 PM » Freddie Mac Selling $1 Billion of Loans in Largest Deal
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 3:26 PM by Bloomberg
    Freddie Mac Selling $1 Billion of Loans in Largest Deal Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Freddie Mac is selling more than $1 billion of soured U.S. home loans in its largest sale of the debt. Potential buyers are bidding on three pools of nonperforming loans, with unpaid principal balances of about $660 million, $249 million and ...
  • 12:18 PM » Report Says "False Equity is on the Rise" in Housing Market
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 12:18 PM by WSJ
    Home prices in some U.S. markets are rising much faster than rental incomes or what it would cost to build new houses in those markets, according to a new study by a real estate valuation firm.
  • 12:17 PM » The cities where houses are suddenly going underwater
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 12:17 PM by Washington Post
    Despite an overall housing recovery, it's suddenly becoming more common in several of the nation's largest cities for homeowners to owe more on their home than it's worth.The national negative equity rate, which had declined for 2 1/2 years, stalled in the fourth quarter of 2014 at 16.9 percent, according to a new report from Zillow. Negative equity refers to when a homeowner owes more a mortgage than the value of the home if sold on the market.Read full article >>
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    Source: Washington Post
  • 12:17 PM » Campbell Survey: "Strong spring home buying season"
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 12:17 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    Here is a survey I follow. From Campbell Surveys: Spring Home Buying Season Expected To Be Strong, Particularly for First-Time Homebuyers, According to HousingPulse Survey (no link) Trends in homebuyer traffic along with rising demand from first-time homebuyers point toward a strong spring home buying season, according to the latest Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance HousingPulse Tracking Survey. "Both the data and comments from real-estate agents support expectations for a strong spring/summer buyer season," said Tom Popik, research director for Campbell Surveys. The Homebuyer Traffic Diffusion Indexes for first-time homebuyers and current homeowners hit levels in February above those seen a year ago. Traffic was strongest from first-time homebuyers, with a traffic diffusion index of 61.4 in February compared with 56.8 in February 2014. Any reading on the index above 50 indicates increasing traffic. We will see soon.
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 10:59 AM » CFPB adopts plan to publicly disclose consumer complaint narratives
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 10:59 AM by www.cfpbmonitor.com
    Trevor R. Salter The CFPB has adopted its controversial proposal to publicly disclose consumer complaint narratives in its Consumer Complaint Database. Its plans for disclosing the narratives are set forth in a final policy statement. According to the Federal Register document announcing the policy statement, the CFPB will not disclose any narratives for at least 90 days after the statement’s... More >
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    Source: www.cfpbmonitor.com
  • 10:58 AM » Fed's Lockhart says U.S. should step up shadow bank monitoring
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 10:58 AM by Reuters
    ATHENS, Ga. (Reuters) - U.S. regulators need to step up monitoring of shadow banks as part of their effort to build a more stable financial system, Atlanta Federal Reserve President Dennis Lockhart said on Friday.
  • 10:58 AM » 2015-015: Consumers' Attitudes and Their Inflation Expectations
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 10:58 AM by Federal Reserve
    Michael Ehrmann, Damjan Pfajfar, and Emiliano Santoro. This paper studies consumers' inflation expectations using micro-level data from the Surveys of Consumers conducted by University of Michigan. It shows that beyond the well-established socio-economic factors such as income, age or gender, other characteristics such as the households' financial situation and their purchasing attitudes are important determinants of their forecast accuracy. Respondents with current or expected financial difficulties, pessimistic attitudes about major purchases, or expectations that income will go down in the future have a stronger upward bias in their expectations than other households. However, their bias shrinks by more than that of the average household in response to increasing media reporting about inflation. Equivalent results are found during recessions.
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    Source: Federal Reserve
  • 10:22 AM » DataQuick: California Bay Area February Home Sales Decline
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 10:22 AM by Calculated Risk Blog
    From DataQuick: Bay Area February Home Sales Decline; Smaller Gain for Median Sale Price The number of homes sold was slightly lower than in January and was the lowest for the month of February in seven years. ... A total of 4,376 new and existing houses and condos sold in the nine-county Bay Area in February 2015. That was down 1.1 percent month over month from 4,423 sales in January 2015 and down 10.9 percent year over year from 4,911 sales in February 2014 , according to CoreLogic DataQuick data. ... "February is always a bit odd from a numbers standpoint. March should provide a better view of emerging trends this year," said Andrew LePage, CoreLogic DataQuick data analyst. "That said, it is easy to see that supply is still constrained." ... Foreclosure resales accounted for 4.5 percent of all resales in February , up from a revised 4.4 percent in January 2015 and down from 5.0 percent in February 2014. Foreclosure resales in the Bay Area peaked at 52.0 percent in February 2009, while the monthly average over the past 17 years is about 10 percent. Foreclosure resales are purchased homes that have been previously foreclosed upon in the prior 12 months. Short sales accounted for an estimated 4.8 percent of Bay Area resales in February , down from a revised 5.2 percent in January 2015 and down from 6.3 percent in February 2014. Short sales are transactions in which the sale price fell short of what was owed on the property. emphasis added
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 8:48 AM » More Americans paying for home-improvement projects with credit cards and loans
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 8:48 AM by Market Watch
    Far fewer are using savings than they were in 2014.
  • 8:47 AM » Tips to sell your house this spring
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 8:47 AM by CNBC
    Homebuyers are a nit-picky, recession-scarred bunch. They want serious value for their hard-earned cash. Some tips to woo them.
  • 8:43 AM » America's Biggest Private Creditor Sees Bonds Weathering the Fed
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 8:43 AM by Bloomberg
    America's Biggest Private Creditor Sees Bonds Weathering the Fed Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- The biggest private holder of Treasuries says Federal Reserve officials may still be too optimistic on the U.S. economy even after they lowered their outlook this week for growth, inflation and interest rates. And that means the bond market has ...
  • 1:34 AM » The Race to the $100 Million Spec House
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 1:34 AM by www.wsj.com
    Developers aim for new highs-and high prices-for speculatively built homes.
  • 1:33 AM » Bond traders' new rate rise playbook
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 1:33 AM by CNBC
    The strategies that worked the last time the Fed raised rates could be very risky this time around, one bond guru warns.
  • 1:31 AM » Borrowing After Bankruptcy
    Published Fri, Mar 20 2015 1:31 AM by www.wsj.com
    A few specialty lenders offer jumbo mortgages to borrowers with a recent bankruptcy. But interest and down-payment requirements are high.
  • Thu, Mar 19 2015
  • 3:37 PM » Lennar Builds More Rentals as Slow Sales Pace Persists - Bloomberg
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 3:37 PM by Bloomberg
    Lennar Builds More Rentals as Slow Sales Pace Persists Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Lennar Corp., the second largest U.S. homebuilder, is raising its bet on rental housing as the pace of sales continues to drag. Lennar opened its first community of single-family rental homes this month in Sparks, Nevada, and has a construction ...
  • 3:36 PM » Lennar: Orders Up Despite Weather; Margins Down a Bit on Diminished Pricing Power; and Confusion on Houston
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 3:36 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    From housing economist Tom Lawler: Lennar Corporation, the nation's second largest homebuilder, reported that net home orders in the quarter ended February 28, 2015 totaled 5,287, up 18.4% from the comparable quarter of 2014. The average net order price was $346,000, up 5.8% from a year ago. Home deliveries totaled 4,302, up 19.2% from the comparable quarter of 2015, at an average sales price of $326,000, up 2.5% from a year earlier. The company's order backlog at the end of February was 6,817, up 20.4% from last February, at an average order price of $352,000, up 2.9% from a year ago. In Lennar's press release the company's CEO was quoted as saying that "(d)espite severe weather conditions which contraction production and sales in parts of the country, the housing market continued its strong and steady recover. Early signals from this year's spring selling season indicate that the housing market is improving, and disappointing single-family starts and permits numbers should rebound shortly ." The company said that its homebuilding gross margin last quarter was down slightly from a year earlier but was consistent with the company's guidance from earlier this year, with the decline coming from a combination of rising labor and material costs and a moderation in pricing power. A few conference call questions focused on Houston, and company officials seemed moderately "upbeat" but created a bit of confusion. Noting a 7.1% YOY decline in net home orders in Houston in the latest quarter, one analyst asked about what was behind this decline, and how the Houston market was holding up. A company official responded that the Houston market was still seeing "good traffic," but that some buyers were being a "bit more caution" about "pulling the trigger." The official also noted that the company, in balancing "price versus pace," was focused more on margin in Houston, and did not "chase prices...
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 2:41 PM » How Europe's Easy Monetary Policy Crossed the Atlantic
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 2:41 PM by blogs.wsj.com
    The people most shocked by the outcome of the Federal Reserve 's monetary policy meeting Wednesday were those betting the euro was headed below the dollar. As the dovish implications of the Fed's downgraded forecasts for growth, inflation and interest rates sank in, the euro rocketed higher, ending the day at $1.09, up sharply from $1.06 on Tuesday. Needless to say, those euro-at-parity-with-the-dollar forecasts are being set aside or pushed back.
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    Source: blogs.wsj.com
  • 2:38 PM » In Fed vs. Markets, the Markets Win Big
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 2:38 PM by blogs.wsj.com
    One of the financial market's great puzzles is why fixed-income investors predicted short-term interest rates would rise much more slowly than the Federal Open Market Committee itself expected.
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    Source: blogs.wsj.com
  • 1:42 PM » U.S. judge dismisses lawsuit over $13 billion JPMorgan Chase settlement
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 1:42 PM by Reuters
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge tossed out a lawsuit brought by non-profit group Better Markets that sought to block a $13 billion settlement JPMorgan Chase & Co reached with the U.S. Justice Department over shoddy mortgage loans sold to investors before the financial crisis.
  • 1:42 PM » Preliminary Table of Distressed Sales and Cash buyers for Selected Cities in February
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 1:42 PM by Calculated Risk Blog
    Economist Tom Lawler sent me the preliminary table below of short sales, foreclosures and cash buyers for a few selected cities in February. Thanks to Tom for sharing this with all of us! On distressed: Total "distressed" share is down in most of these markets mostly due to a decline in short sales (Mid-Atlantic is up year-over-year because of an increase foreclosure as lenders work through the backlog). Short sales are down in these areas. The All Cash Share (last two columns) is declining year-over-year. As investors pull back, the share of all cash buyers will probably continue to decline.   Short Sales Share Foreclosure Sales Share Total "Distressed" Share All Cash Share Feb-15 Feb-14 Feb-15 Feb-14 Feb-15 Feb-14 Feb-15 Feb-14 Las Vegas 9.3% 14.0% 9.7% 12.0% 19.0% 26.0% 37.4% 46.8% Reno*             27.1% 35.3% Omaha             19.6% 25.6% Pensacola             36.7% 41.8% Knoxville             23.9% 27.4% Richmond VA     13.9% 22.2%     21.5% 22.2% Springfield ILSingle Family Only ***GAMLS
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    Source: Calculated Risk Blog
  • 11:53 AM » New workers boost Charlotte housing
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 11:53 AM by CNBC
    Companies moving to this Southern city are boosting housing demand, resulting in rising prices.
  • 10:55 AM » Weekly Primary Mortgage Market Survey
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 10:55 AM by freddiemac.mwnewsroom.com
    Mortage Rates Move Down as We Head Into Spring
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    Source: freddiemac.mwnewsroom.com
  • 10:53 AM » Philly Fed business index falls
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 10:53 AM by CNBC
    Growth in factory activity in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region fell for a fourth straight month in March.
  • 9:43 AM » Where America's Affordable Homes Are—and Aren't—in 2015
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 9:43 AM by www.realtor.com
    We looked at 1.6 million listings to map out where in America you can find affordable homes. Our advice: Go west-but not too far west. The post Where America’s Affordable Homes Are-and Aren’t-in 2015 appeared first on Top News .
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    Source: www.realtor.com
  • 8:55 AM » Jobless claims rise modestly; continuing claims fall
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 8:55 AM by Reuters
    The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose only modestly last week, indicating the labor market remained on solid footing despite slowing economic growth.
  • 8:52 AM » Foreclosures fall to lowest rate since 2006
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 8:52 AM by CNBC
    Foreclosure activity fell to the lowest rate in nearly nine years as banks started the process on fewer homes and scheduled fewer auctions.
  • 8:52 AM » Lennar Earnings Beat Estimates as Peak Homebuying Season Begins
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 8:52 AM by Bloomberg
    Lennar Earnings Beat Estimates as Peak Homebuying Season Begins Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Lennar Corp., the second-largest U.S. homebuilder by revenue, reported fiscal first-quarter earnings that beat estimates as the year's busiest buying period gets under way. Net income for the three months through February climbed to $115 ... and more »
  • 12:53 AM » Dollar's Surge Makes It Hard for Fed to Buck Global Easing Trend
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 12:53 AM by Bloomberg
    Dollar's Surge Makes It Hard for Fed to Buck Global Easing Trend Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve officials are finding it harder than they first thought to decouple U.S. monetary policy from the rest of the world. While policy makers opened the door to an interest-rate increase later this year, Fed Chair Janet Yellen suggested ... and more »
  • 12:53 AM » 5 Highlights From Janet Yellen's Press Conference
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 12:53 AM by WSJ
    Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen answered questions on the economy, monetary policy and congressional proposals during her hourlong press conference Wednesday.
  • 12:51 AM » February California Home Sales Press Release
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 12:51 AM by DataQuick
    California February Home Sales March 18, 2015 An estimated 25,585 new and existing houses and condos sold in California in February 2015. That was up 1.0 percent month over month from 25,325 sales in January 2015 and down 0.4 percent year over year from 25,680 sales in February 2014. February home sales have varied from a low of 20,513 sales in 2008 to a high of 48,409 sales in 2004. The February 2015 sales were the lowest for that month since 2008, and they were 18.7 percent lower than the February average of 31,454 sales since 1988, when CoreLogic DataQuick data began. The median price paid for a home in California in February 2015 was $378,000, up 0.5 percent month over month from $376,000 in January 2015 and up 6.5 percent year over year from $355,000 in February 2014. February 2015 marked the 36th consecutive month in which the state's median sale price increased on a year-over-year basis. The peak year-over-year price gain during that period was 29.2 percent in July 2013. Since then price gains have trended lower and since July 2014 the year-over-year increases have been single-digit - between about 6 percent and 7 percent from October 2014 through February 2015. The February 2015 median sale price was 21.9 percent lower than California's peak median price of $484,000, reached in March/April/May 2007. Of the existing homes sold statewide in February 2015, 6.8 percent were properties that had been foreclosed on during the previous 12 months. That was up from a revised 6.7 percent in January 2015 and down from 8.0 percent in February 2014. Statewide foreclosure resales peaked at 58.8 percent in February 2009. Short sales made up an estimated 6.2 percent of homes that resold in February 2015, down slightly month over month from 6.7 percent in January 2015 and down year over year from 9.0 percent in February 2014. Short sales are transactions in which the sale price fell short of what was owed on the property. The typical monthly mortgage payment for California...
  • 12:51 AM » Will Google Disrupt The Mortgage Marketplace?
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 12:51 AM by www.builderonline.com
    The lending industry would be foolish to ignore the potential consequences of any new mortgage service from the internet giant, says RealtyTrac's Pete Miller.
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    Source: www.builderonline.com
  • 12:51 AM » Dollar sags, bonds boom as Fed takes dovish tack
    Published Thu, Mar 19 2015 12:51 AM by Reuters
    SYDNEY (Reuters) - The dollar was giving ground in Asia on Thursday as investors priced in a later start and a slower pace for future U.S rate rises, slashing bond yields globally and firing up stocks.
  • Wed, Mar 18 2015
  • 4:31 PM » Yellen Says Strong Dollar Holding Down Exports and Inflation, But Reflects U.S. Economy's Strength
    Published Wed, Mar 18 2015 4:31 PM by WSJ
    A stronger U.S. dollar reflects the strength of the U.S. economy, but also is weighing down on the nation's exports and inflation, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said on Wednesday.
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