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Volume 14 - Number 2

January 24, 2014

Downloads Available: Biggest Increases In GSE Mortgage Businesses 2012 to 2013


Large Lenders Lead Decline in Fannie, Freddie MBS Biz in 2013

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac combined did less business in single-family mortgage-backed securities in 2013 than the previous year while a growing share of business came from small and mid-sized lenders, according to an Inside The GSEs analysis. For the year, the two GSEs produced $1.161 trillion in single-family MBS, down 8.4 percent from their overall production in 2012.

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