CoreLogic: Only half of today’s mortgage originations meet QM requirements The Mortgage Industry and Discussion of Relevant Fiscal Periods The mortgage industry is subject to current events that occur in the financial services industry including changes to regulations and.
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Sources: Inside Mortgage Finance and Urban Institute. First lien originations in first three quarters of 2015 totaled approximately ,350 billion. The share of portfolio originations was 31 percent, while the GSE share dropped to 46 percent from 47 last year, reflecting a small loss of market share to FHA due to the FHA premium cut.
The QM-QRM tag team, CoreLogic estimated, would render 60 percent of today’s originations as ineligible, leaving "just 40 percent of the market QM- and QRM-eligible without a GSE exception." The Upside of the QM Standards. However, it’s not all doom and gloom in the world of QM, and for one main reason – risk.
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Default rates on Federal Housing Administration-backed mortgages originated at the height of the mortgage bubble have risen to 36%, according to a new report from the Urban Institute. Using Corelogic.
According to new research by CoreLogic, only half of today’s mortgage would pass muster with the CFPB’s qualified mortgage standards. roughly half of today’s mortgage originations do not meet the standards of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s qualified mortgage rule, according to analysis by CoreLogic.
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A non-QM loan still needs to satisfy the ATR requirements. The non-QM market is expanding (up by 1 percentage point from 2017 to 2018) and represented about 4 percent of 2018 originations.
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