Top Mortgage Players

As interest rates rise and far-reaching regulations take effect, the mortgage market is shifting. The changes cover product, with refinances declining and jumbos and adjustable-rate mortgages returning; players, with the behemoths ceding ground to smaller organizations and nondepositories; and channels, with the relative importance of the retail and correspondent channels varying as the product mix fluctuates.

Keep track of how the changes are playing out for the industry and its top performers with IMF’s Top Mortgage Players report. Issued quarterly, this report gathers IMF’s gold-standard rankings and analysis of the mortgage industry’s sector leaders into one resource so that you’ll have all the most important mortgage market intelligence at your fingertips each quarter.

Use the charts and accompanying perspective in the Top Mortgage Players report to learn who the market leaders are in the mortgage industry’s niches and how their business has changed from the previous quarter. You’ll also have market-level data that show you which sectors or products are performing well and which aren’t.

Get the rankings and performance stats for the leaders in these categories:

  • Mortgage Originations

  • Retail Originations

  • Wholesale Production

  • Correspondent Production

  • Broker Production

  • GSE Production by Channel

  • Refinance Production

  • Purchase-Mortgage Production

  • Conventional-Conforming Production

  • Government-Insured Production

  • Servicing

  • Primary Mortgage Insurance

Plus, you’ll have overall market statistics that show the activity in these areas:

  • Mortgage Origination Indicators

  • Originations by Production Channel

  • Mortgage Originations by Product

Accompanying analysis provides color on trends in each sector and backstory on changes in the players’ performance.

Use this quarterly report to

  • Monitor the market sectors you’re currently conducting business in.

  • Evaluate competition in sectors you’re considering expanding to.

  • Research potential partners or clients.

  • Know who’s leading the sectors, by how much, and what their trajectories look like.

Order an annual subscription today and download the current quarterly report (4Q13) immediately. You’ll receive the next three quarters by email as soon as they are published.

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After the November elections, how long will it take for a new Congress and White House to pass GSE reform legislation?

I’m confident a bill will be passed the first year.


2 to 3 years. GSE reform is complicated.


Sadly it won’t happen in a Clinton or Trump first term.


Not in my lifetime.


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