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Thursday, 03 May 2018

MBA Sees 2 Percent Decline in Mortgage Origination Volume This Year

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Commercial Real Estate Direct Staff Report

Commercial mortgage origination volume is expected to decline this year by 2 percent from last year's record levels, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

The Washington, D.C., trade group previously had said the expected drop in volume was due to a decline in the volume of loans that are maturing and need to be refinanced, along with the lackluster pace of property sales. Mortgage maturities this year are projected at $102 billion, a 42 percent drop from last year. The...

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