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Volume 2014 - Number 41

October 30, 2014

Downloads Available: Mortgage Originations Indicators - 1995-3Q14

Downloads Available: Top Mortgage Originators - 9M14 (30 lenders)

Loan Origination Volume Up Again in 3Q14 But Trends Vary Widely Among Top Lenders

2014 is going to go down as the worst year in new mortgage origination volume since the turn of the century, but it’s clearly not as bad as many have feared. Mortgage lenders produced an estimated $335 billion in new single-family loans during the third quarter, a solid 9.8 percent increase from the previous period, according to a new Inside Mortgage Finance ranking and analysis. Significantly, the first and second quarters of this year were...[Includes two data charts]

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