New Financial Services research report from Datamonitor is now available from Fast Market Research
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/21/2012 -- Gross mortgage lending was depressed in 2011 and pointed towards a fragile and uncertain market. Key demand-side and supply-side factors have continued to deteriorate in 2012, heightening the need to analyze the outlook for the mortgage market. A lack of funding will restrict the ability of providers to increase lending, and demand will be adversely affected by low consumer confidence.
Scope of this Report
- Sculpt more targeted strategies by utilizing the analysis of key mortgage market developments.
- Use Datamonitor's forecasts to help inform your future plans.
- Increase client acquisition and retention through greater understanding of the factors affecting consumers' decision to take-out mortgages.
- Be prepared in an uncertain environment by utilizing Datamonitor's worst case scenario forecast.
Ongoing problems in the eurozone, regulatory changes, and rising costs in the wholesale markets will constrain the supply of funding. The biggest single factor is the trend towards deleveraging as lenders come under greater pressure to increase their capital reserve ratios.
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The demand for mortgages will remain weak in 2012 because of low consumer confidence, concern over the state of the economy, and the cost and availability of lending. A combination of a shortage in supply and lacklustre demand means that gross lending looks set to remain depressed over the short and medium term.
A new forecasting model better accounts for the key factors affecting the demand for mortgages and the supply of mortgage lending, and assesses their relative importance to determine the magnitude of their impact on the market in 2012 and beyond. Datamonitor offers a main gross lending forecast and a separate worst case scenario forecast.
Reasons to Get this Report
- What were the main developments in the mortgage market in 2011?
- How will regulatory changes affect the mortgage market?
- What sources of funding can providers exploit in order to lend?
- What factors will affect consumer demand for mortgages?
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