Although demand for several single-family products has softened at larger financial institutions, smaller ones are seeing growing demand — especially on non-agency loans. It was similar for commercial real estate.

Over the three months leading up to April, demand for purchase-money loans eligible for acquisition by the government-sponsored enterprises has risen at 13 percent of smaller banks.

But at a third of large banks, those described as having at least $20 billion in domestic assets as of year-end 2017, a decline in demand for GSE loans was reported.


Source: Mortgage Daily