Fannie Mae also expects mortgage rates will increase in 2011, but not substantially. "Fixed mortgage rates are projected to rise throughout the year, but to remain below 5.5% ," the report said. " Larger increases in mortgage rates without corresponding acceleration in job gains would pose a risk to the housing recovery.
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He cited rising fees for Fannie Mae. Housing starts are forecast to hit 917,000 this year and reach 1.13 million in 2014, which is still well below the underlying demand of about 1.5 million..
Federally sponsored lender Fannie Mae is predicting housing starts to triple by 2013 to 1.5 million starts, returning the industry to 2007 levels, about 30% below the 2006 housing-start peak of 2.
The U.S. housing median won’t reach above 2010 levels until 2013, according to Fannie Mae, when the median is predicted to reach $228,000. "There are some starts of improvement in housing, but we’re still awaiting robust growth for at least another year, and returning to normalcy in 2014," said Duncan.
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Figure 3: We expect total housing starts to trend toward nearly 1.7 million units by 2016. Source: Census Bureau, Fannie Mae Economic and Strategic Research. During the recession, mortgage defaults and tighter lending standards drove the decline in the homeownership rate from its peak.
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Fannie Mae – Tamra Wade Team – RE/MAX TRU – Despite the still fragile housing market, Fannie Mae expects housing starts to triple by 2013. According to the agency’s economic outlook, housing starts are predicted to increase 17.3% and hit 710,000 this year, with another 47% increase to 1.1 million in 2012 and another gain of 42% in 2013 to nearly 1.5 million.
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