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March 10, 2014

Bank Mortgage Repurchase Volume Falls to 5-Year Low

By John Bancroft

Mortgage repurchases peaked in 2009 at $34.276 billion, fell to $31.811 billion in 2010 and $20.943 billion in 2011, and then dropped to just $12.966 billion in 2012.

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