Lender Profiles

Everything you always wanted to know about the mortgage business of Wells Fargo and 19 other top lenders—each on a single data-filled page.

You’ll get the following hard-to-find statistics, including:

  • Originations by Product: Conventional, Government, Jumbo, Nonprime, and Other with Market Share and Distribution

  • Originations by Channel: Retail, Wholesale, Broker, Correspondent and Direct

  • Loan Purpose: Purchase Money and Refinance

  • Servicing Volume and Market Share

  • Delinquency Rates

  • Total GSE Sales and Market Share

  • Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Sales and Market Share

  • GSE Sales by Channel: Retail, Wholesale, Broker and Correspondent

  • Ginnie Mae MBS Issuance and Market Share

  • Ginnie Mae Servicing and Market Share

  • FHA Mortgagee Volume

  • Plus the national ranking of the lender in each of the categories.

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Inside Mortgage Finance Publications' exclusive Mortgage Lender Profiles are updated quarterly. The top 20 lenders for 2Q 2015 are available now.

The Top Lenders for This Period Are: Bank of America, BB&T, Caliber Home Loans, Chase Home Finance, Citi, Flagstar, Franklin American, Freedom Mortgage Corp., Guaranteed Rate Inc., loandepot.com, Nationstar Mortgage, Pacific Union, PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust, PHH Mortgage, Quicken Loans, Stearns Lending, , SunTrust Mortgage, US Bank, Walter Investment Management Corp. (Green Tree) and Wells Fargo.


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The top lenders for the current period are:

  • Bank of America
  • BB&T
  • Caliber Home Loans
  • Chase Home Finance
  • Citi
  • Flagstar
  • Franklin American
  • Freedom Mortgage Corp.
  • Guaranteed Rate Inc.
  • loandepot.com
  • Nationstar Mortgage
  • Pacific Union
  • PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust
  • PHH Mortgage
  • Quicken Loans
  • Stearns Lending
  • SunTrust Mortgage
  • US Bank
  • Walter Investment Management Corp. (Green Tree)
  • Wells Fargo


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