Carlos Aranda is a Director with Treliant with 30 years of financial services experience. He assists clients with mortgage servicing, originations, and future state assessments. Using process improvement methodologies, he assesses processes, procedures, and controls to identify and recommend opportunities for improvements in departmental practices, policies, and future development throughout…
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The current sentiment in the mortgage industry is that 2022 will see a softening in the housing market. According to HouseCanary, potential homebuyers going into the summer months are going to encounter challenges that include higher rates and a shrinking supply of available homes for purchase. Recent market results show a trend of decreasing price growth from February to March 2022. Also, listings under contract have noted a double-digit year-over-year decline. According to Jeremy Sicklick, Co-Founder and CEO of HouseCanary, “In May, we saw the first sign of a potential softening in the housing market as mortgage rates are climbing higher than pre-pandemic levels”. He went on to say that “It continues to be a challenging environment for buyers, as increased rates, already bloated prices, and short supply leading to competitive bidding has made homeownership more expensive.”
Noted high-lights related to the current trends in 2022:
- New listings for May 2022 decreased 16.6% compared to May 2021;
- Net new listings for the year since May 2021 has decreased 4.2.%
- Listings under contract for the year since May 2021 has decreased 8.3%
- Monthly contract volume for the year since May 2021 has decreased 10.9%
In the near term for the upcoming summer of 2022, HouseCanary is estimating that the market will continue to experience a short supply of available homes for purchase with single-digit price growth.