Despite Drop in CRE Loan Delinquency, CMBS Worse
While quarterly performance on most types of commercial real estate loans improved, late payments deteriorated on securitized CRE loans.
Risk Retention to Exacerbate Maturing CMBS Defaults
Growing defaults from a wave of securitized commercial real estate loans that are maturing are likely to be exacerbated by the upcoming implementation of the risk retention rule.
New Post-Crisis Low Delinquency at Fannie
Serious residential loan delinquency at the Federal National Mortgage Association dropped to the lowest level since it fell into conservatorship.
CMBS Delinquency Jumps to Highest Level Since 2015
The surge in maturing loans has driven up delinquency on securitized commercial real estate loans for the third consecutive month to the highest level since last year.
New Business, Delinquency Worse at Freddie
For the second consecutive month, secondary activity has slowed at the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. Also worsening was delinquency.
FHA Endorsements Fall, Could Go Lower
The monthly volume of residential loans endorsed by the Federal Housing Administration declined and could move even lower. A modest improvement was recorded for delinquency.
Performance Deteriorates on CMBS Due to Maturities
A wave of securitized commercial real estate loans made during better times a decade ago are driving up delinquency.
Home Construction Spikes, Midwest Activity Strong
The pace of residential construction started turned solidly higher last month. The Midwest saw huge gains in permits and completed construction.
Ginnie MBS Issuance Backs Off Record
Following an all-time high reached at the Government National Mortgage Association, monthly mortgage securitizations settled back to a still-robust pace.
CRE Standards Tighter as Residential Demand Up
Banks are reporting that lending standards on commercial real estate loans have recently been more restrictive. On the residential lending side, demand is on the increase.