Mortgage Origination Activity

Mortgage Originations By State

Ranking of mortgage originations by state by year. Data available from 1994-2012.

2012-2014: Data include overall volume in dollars, market share, volume by loan purpose (purchase versus refinance) and volume by loan type (jumbo, conventional-conforming, or government-insured.)

2011: Data include overall volume in dollars, average loan size, market share, change from previous year. Also included are the volume of jumbo and high rate originations.

2010: Data include overall volume in dollars, average loan size, market share, change from previous year. Also included are the volume of jumbo and high rate originations.

2009: Data include overall volume in dollars, average loan size, market share, change from previous year. Also included are the volume of jumbo and high rate originations.

2008: Data include overall volume in dollars, average loan size, market share, change from previous year. Also included are the volume of jumbo and high rate originations.

2007: Data include overall volume in dollars, number of originations, change from the previous year, market share, and average loan size. Also included are the volume of jumbo and high rate originations.

2006: Data include overall volume in dollars, change from the previous year, market share, and average loan size. Also included are the volume of jumbo and high rate originations.

2004-2005: Data include overall volume in dollars, change from the previous year, market share, and average loan size.

2002-2003: Data include overall volume in dollars, change from the previous year, market share, GSE purchase volume and percent of state volume for GSEs.

1998-2001: Data include the overall volume in dollars, change from the previous year, total number of loans, average loan size and national market share.

1996-1997: Data include the overall volume in dollars, the number of loans, average loan size and national market share.

1995: Data include the overall volume in dollars, percent change from the previous year, number of loans, average loan amount and change in average loan amount from the previous year.

1994: Data include the overall volume in dollars as well as number of loans, the amount of home purchase loans, refinance loans, home improvement loans and multifamily loans.

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