GSE Market Profile: Full Year 2011

In 2011, did you know that…

  • PHH Mortgage grew its GSE business in all but six U.S. states.
  • Flagstar Bank grew its California business 37.3%.
  • Colorado Federal Savings Bank drastically cut its footprint in Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana but more than doubled its California sales.

Order the GSE Market Profile: Full Year 2011 for details on these and other lenders.

 

Congressional talk of unwinding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac aside, the GSEs continue to dominate the current mortgage market. Your best opportunities for more near-term business lie within this market.

Whether you’re looking for a new partner to correspond with, a client for your services or a place to grow your own origination efforts, you’ll be able to spot the perfect match in GSE Market Profile: Full Year 2011.

With this comprehensive report, you’ll see the particulars for the top 50 lenders in each state plus the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. You’ll know exactly how much business they’re doing, how it is split between Fannie and Freddie and how their business in the state is changing. You’ll have the data you need to find new growth opportunities for your own company.

You’ll have the following breakdowns by state:

  • Overall GSE sales by state showing details and changes
  • Fannie Mae sales, at state and lender levels
  • Freddie Mac sales, at state and lender levels
  • Fixed-rate mortgage sales
  • Adjustable-rate mortgage sales
  • Comparisons of 2011 to 2010, at state and lender levels
  • Market share of lenders by state

In the second section, you’ll get the overall picture for each of the top 25 lenders in GSE business in each state. See which states they are strong in and where they may be faltering.

Data are for calendar year 2011.

Use the GSE Market Profile: Full Year 2011 to see how much business the top 25 lenders do in each state broken out by Fannie and Freddie business:

  • Bank of America
  • Wells Fargo
  • Chase Home Finance
  • CitiMortgage
  • SunTrust Mortgage
  • PNC Mortgage
  • Flagstar
  • GMAC Mortgage/Ally
  • PHH Mortgage
  • U.S Bank
  • ...and more.

This study is based on the GSE MarketScope, a database and analytic tool developed by Inside Mortgage Finance Publications that is available on a subscription basis with monthly updates. The data are derived from pool-level MBS disclosures by Fannie and Freddie. Most pools are backed by loans from a single seller, and in the case of the major lenders that includes mortgages acquired from correspondents and mortgage brokers.

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What is it going to take to convince lenders to loosen the credit box (i.e., remove underwriting overlays)?

The recent rep and warranty changes announced by the Federal Housing Finance Agency should go a long way in protecting lenders from future buybacks and help expand mortgage credit.
There won’t be any significant elimination of underwriting overlays until the government stops seeking huge mortgage-related penalties and settlements from lenders.
There shouldn’t be any expansion of the mortgage credit box since looser underwriting is what caused the recent mortgage crisis.

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