From 12/29/2017 to 1/31/2018, the MIAC GSAs™ Conv_30 Index increased by 6.05% and the GNII_FHA_30 index increased by a whopping 15.46%. In larger GSA cohorts, which are actively traded in the MSR market, the Conv30_3.0_2016 cohort increased by 4.15% and GNII_FHA30_3.0_2016 cohort increased by 9.61%. It has been years since any of us have had… Read more »
MSR Market Updates
MIAC’s Monthly MSR updates offer insight on mortgage delinquencies, mortgage prepayment speeds, mortgage market volatility, effects of unemployment, monthly GSA data set, etc.
For the Q417, the MIAC GSA Conv_30 Index increased by 7.56% and GNII_FHA_30 index increased by 6.72%. During Dec 17, the GSA Conv_30 was up modestly 0.6% and GNII_FHA_30 up 0.64%. In larger GSA cohorts, which are actively traded in the MSR market, the Conv30_3.0_2016 increased by 5.34% and GNII_FHA_30 3.52%. Part of the price… Read more »
As measured by Bankrate, month-over-month primary market 30-Yr conventional mortgage rates increased by three basis points to end the month of October at 3.83%. Quarter-over-quarter, 30-Yr conventional rates experienced a slight two basis point decline. While this amount of month-over-month mortgage rate movement may produce only a minimal upward shift in value, there was also… Read more »
Based on the changes to key market indices, month-over-month MIAC’s Conventional 30-YR GSA Index declined by 3 basis points, but there was considerable price volatility along the way. In the last week of August, MSR’s rallied to recover nearly all the earlier losses. Some of the rally was attributable to national mortgage delinquency rates being… Read more »
By definition a Mortgage Servicing Right, herein referred to as MSR(s), is a contractual agreement where the right, or rights, to service an existing mortgage are sold by the original lender to another party who, for a fee, performs the various functions required to service mortgages. As a servicer, firms are responsible for collecting… Read more »
Home mortgage rates tend to move in the same direction as U.S. Treasuries but as-is traditionally the case, seldom is there a one-for-one relationship. Such was the case on Friday, June 24, 2016, when the U.S. Market awakened to the knowledge that the British electorate voted to leave the European Union which meant the beginning… Read more »