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Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment index has declined from 81.7 shortly after Biden was sworn-in as President to a meager 62.8 in July 2022.
Of course, mortgage rates have risen quite rapidly and home price growth remains elevated as The Fed still has not trimmed its balance sheet as promised.
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