Americans Kept Borrowing in First Quarter as New Mortgages Eased

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New mortgage underwriting rules contributed to tighter lending conditions for households in the first quarter of 2018, according to the Bank of Demand for HELOCs and low-ratio mortgages, where 80 per cent or less of a home’s value is borrowed, increased slightly.

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That’s the first time the outstanding balance of mortgage debt has been below $8 trillion since mid-2006. Americans have been ramping up their borrowing for cars and college. The amount of auto and student debt outstanding rose by $11 billion and $20 billion.

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Americans also saved less in the first quarter, lowering the savings rate to 2.6 percent And a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that consumers spent only New threats have emerged. Across-the-board government spending cuts kicked in March.

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The two categories add up to 28 percent of residences with mortgages. The share of Americans who said they plan to purchase a home in the next six months tumbled 23 percent in March, according to the.

First, new mortgage origination has really dropped off since 2013. At its peak in mid-2013, mortgage originations were running roughly 70 percent higher than their current levels. Second, borrowers with credit scores below 620 (or even below 680) have contributed.

Americans took out more loans as the year ended-up $117 billion, to $11.8 trillion, in the 4th quarter-yet also showed signs of having difficulty keeping up with their americans borrowing More, but Fissures Appear. Delinquencies climbed in auto and student lending.