Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Activity

Top GSE Mortgage Sellers

Ranking of the top 100 sellers by combined sales to Fannie Mae and Freddie Macfor a given period. Includes total sales, as well as sales to Fannie Mae and sales to Freddie Mac. Data available from 2000-2004, and by month in 2014.

  • 2014 includes percentage changes from previous period and from previous year to date
  • 2004 includes the previous year’s GSE sales
  • 2000-2003 includes the percentage of total mortgage sales that go to GSEs

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Top Mortgage Sellers to Fannie Mae

Ranking of the top 50 mortgage sellers to Fannie Mae by volume in dollars. Includes market share, volumes for the last two quarters, and total sales of FRMs and ARMs. Data available for each for 2005-3Q14.

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Top Mortgage Sellers to Freddie Mac

Ranking of the top 50 mortgage sellers to Freddie Mac by volume in dollars. Includes market share, volumes for the last two quarters, and total sales of FRMs and ARMs. Data available for each for 2005-3Q14.

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Poll

What will Fannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s new 97 LTV programs mean for your business?

It will give our business a big boost as there is a lot of pent up demand for the product.
It will have only a minor impact on our overall business as we already are doing high LTV business through FHA and some of our high LTV FHA business is likely to shift to Fannie and Freddie.
It won’t have any impact on our business as we plan to steer clear of all high LTV business – particularly in the GSE market.

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