Fannie Mae: Profit Margin Outlook Turned Positive

 · WASHINGTON, Dec. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Mortgage lenders again reported a negative profit margin outlook for the next three months, citing competition as.

 · "For the third consecutive quarter, the share of lenders expecting a decrease in profit margin over the next three months exceeded the share with a positive profit margin outlook.

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The net profit margin outlook for mortgage lenders turned positive for the first time in nearly three years, due primarily to strong demand expectations for both purchase and refinance mortgages.

The net profit margin outlook for mortgage lenders turned positive for the first time in nearly three years, due primarily to strong demand expectations for both purchase and refinance mortgages, according to Fannie Mae’s Q2 2019 Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey .

"With brighter volume expectations, the profit margin outlook improved markedly, helping the net share of lenders reporting rising profits turn positive for the first time in nearly three years, with consumer demand cited as the top reason for the rosier outlook," said Doug Duncan, senior vice president and chief economist at Fannie Mae, in.

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WASHINGTON, June 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The net profit margin outlook for mortgage lenders turned positive for the first time in nearly three years, due primarily to strong demand expectations for both purchase and refinance mortgages, according to Fannie Mae’s Q2 2019 Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey .

Fannie Mae. WASHINGTON, DC – The net profit margin outlook for mortgage lenders turned positive for the first time in nearly three years, due primarily to strong demand expectations for both purchase and refinance mortgages, according to Fannie Mae’s Q2 2019 Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey.

"With brighter volume expectations, the profit margin outlook improved markedly, helping the net share of lenders reporting rising profits turn positive for the first time in nearly three years, with consumer demand cited as the top reason for the rosier outlook," said Doug Duncan, senior vice president and chief economist at Fannie Mae, in.

The net profit margin outlook for mortgage lenders turns positive for the first time in almost three years due to strong demand expectations for both purchase and refinance mortgages, according to.