The closing rate for purchase mortgages recently hit a record high, but analysts at Capital Economics warn lenders that this trend is unlikely to continue. Why? Blame a slowing economy. This is bound to adversely impact borrowers’ credit quality, and the result will put downward pressure on closing rates, leading to minimal growth in home sales this year.
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