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Lenders are focused on December, and 2022, and along those lines the MBA’s Chief Economist Mike Fratantoni will be presenting a forecast today for next year. Of immediate concern are year-end closings: this is the day of the year when a 30-day rate lock doesn’t quite match its name, given the upcoming holidays. There’s no forecasting or estimating 2022’s conforming loan limits… they’re a sure thing! Fannie and Freddie officially set the level at $647,200 for 2022, per the Federal Housing Finance Agency. It’s a jump of nearly $100,000 from 2021 and a leapfrog over what some investors and MI companies have been marketing for nearly three months. The conforming loan limit will rise in all but four U.S. counties. For most of the U.S. the 2022 CLL for one…(read more)

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Source: Mortgage News Daily