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Volume 2014 - Number 45

November 26, 2014

Downloads Available: Originations by Production Channel - 3Q14

Downloads Available: Top Retail and Direct-Funded Originators - 9M14

Downloads Available: Top Correspondent and Broker Originators - 9M14

Downloads Available: Agency Seller/Issuer Activity by Channel - 9M14


Correspondent Channel Saw Biggest Origination Volume Gains During Third Quarter of 2014

All three mortgage-production channels generated solid increases in new origination volume during the third quarter of 2014, but the correspondent market had a measurably bigger gain, according to a new Inside Mortgage Finance ranking and analysis. An estimated $105 billion of home loans were produced by correspondent originators during the third quarter, up 14.1 percent from the previous quarter. That lifted the correspondent share of new originations to 30.4 percent for the quarter, and 30.3 percent on a year-to-date basis. Correspondents are...[Includes four data charts]

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