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In 2015, creditors provided an estimate of $320 billion in jumbo mortgages, representing 19% of all mortgages, says Guy Cecala, CEO and editor of Inside Equity Finance. This is a slight increase of 18% of the 2014 marked and the highest since 2002 rise in sales, he says.
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Jumbo subprime is expected to maintain its mood in 2016, after peaking last year - not even the recent turmoil in world equities can decelerate it according to sector analysts. Indeed, the present slump in the international markets could keep interest rates on jumbo loans - $417,000 or more, according to area - below four per cent for a while, an appealing offer for borrower looking for a more secure property deal.
In 2015, the total amount of home loan credit at the national level amounted to an estimate of $320 billion, the highest level of penetration since 2002 and a small rise over 2014, when jumbo home loan business accounted for 18 per cent of the credit markets, said Guy Cecala, CEO and editor of Inside Equity Finance, the Wall Street Journal. Keith Gumbinger, deputy chairman of the HSH.com website for interest rates on real estate securities, said the US Federal Reserve is unlikely to hike short-term interest rates in the coming year.
Commenting to the journal, Gumbinger said that interest is likely to remain below four per cent due to equity markets being volatile. Gumbinger said that if the Federal Reserve raises short-term interest rates, it would not be more than two to three times as high this year. That would mean that the median 30-year fixed-rate jumbo loan would be slightly below five per cent.
At present, the ratio is 3.875 per cent. Five-year, floating interest rates can reach four per cent, he said. Frequently, in a downward direction in the stock exchange, peole move investments to property as a more secure investment, although the decline may mean less available currency for customers looking to buy costly houses, Cecala said.