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Volume 7 - Number 10

May 9, 2014

Downloads Available: Top Ginnie Mae MBS Servicers in 2014

Ginnie Mae Servicing Flat in the First Quarter of 2014

Servicers of mortgage debt issued by Ginnie Mae reported a slight uptick in government-backed debt outstanding in the first quarter of 2014 though not enough to cause a ripple in a market that has been generally flat since the end of the third quarter last year, according to Inside FHA Lending’s analysis of Ginnie Mae data. Ginnie Mae servicers reported an increase of 0.9 percent in servicing volume from the fourth quarter of 2013 following a 0.2 percent decline in the prior quarter. Volume, however, increased 7.3 percent in 1Q14 compared with volume a year ago. Servicers ended the first quarter with a total of $1.44 trillion in Ginnie Mae mortgage servicing, up from $1.43 trillion in the fourth quarter. Major banks comprised four of the top five Ginnie Mae servicers. Wells Fargo’s overall servicing portfolio declined to $426.7 billion in the first quarter, down ... [ 1 chart]

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