There is a new risk to the lending group and house mortgage industry, which is the government debts ordeal playing out in the legislature.

It all depends upon; If the legislature cannot approve the rise in the country’s debts ceiling then the United States of America will have to default on some of its expenses. The whole economy would be negatively affected and that includes the real estate industry. That’s because a default will push up interest levels on every form of credit such as mortgages. Some experts are forecasting that the interest rate increase could be as much as 1-1.5 %.

It is said that 95 of every 100 mortgage loans being written today are put into mortgage-backed investments that are guaranteed by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac or Ginnie Mae. When they assure investments, that assurance is coming from the U.S federal government. The inability to raise your financial debts ceiling would mean that the value of these payments would drop because the U.S. govt would have to default on some expenses.

The way the system works is that when the value of the investments drop, then the investments industry would immediately require a much larger amount premium on new lending group house loan supported investments to compensate for the greater risk. The outcomes will be considerably greater interest rates charged to new debtors.

The adverse effect on borrowing will not just be one immediate reaction by the markets. Instead, it will be distributed for years. If there is a serious and extended problem, U.S. bond holders like China will demand higher interest rates. This will double through all the markets and will cause the further increase of interest levels in the mortgage loan industry. Of course, this as well as issues in other markets resulting from such a move by bond holders will slow financial development more and the outcomes would be greater mortgage lending group prices, a double dip financial recession or — the worst result of all — a full scale depression.

As earlier mentioned, the surge in interest levels could be as much as 1 %. This could cause a 1 % decrease in financial development and the loss of 800,000 jobs a year.

Moreover, many experts are saying that it won’t be just the greater interest levels that would be impacting the U.S. economy. As this crisis plays out stocks, prize bonds and the dollar could drop and all of this will continue to food up the lending group industry. As it impacts every person ability to take a loan regardless this reason.

Furthermore, experts say that the default could lock up mortgage industry and lending group marketplaces. Treasuries and other government-backed debts are used as security for loans and the value of these investments will be rapidly declining because rating agencies will restrict U.S. debts. So lenders could require that debtors must provide more security which could force consumers to sell other investments. Analysts say that this could cause a selling cycle that would distribute chaos across marketplaces much like the Lehman Bros failure did in 2008.

The issue is not just the government lack and debts. The effects of a U.S. govt standard will triple through every area of the U.S. economy impacting everything such as house loans, mortgage interest rates.

The real estate industry has taken enough of a hit already due to the Great Recession, the record amount of foreclosures, the rapidly declining value of homes and the unwillingness of buyers to take the plunge and buy a house. It certainly doesn’t need more issues caused by a small group of in the U.S congress who requires that “It is our way or the highway!”