Mortgage Origination Indicators

Data are the volume of VA originations, FHA endorsements, GSE new business, new private mortgage insurance volume, originations from the top 25 lenders, Non-Agency MBS and total originations.

Data are yearly from 1995; quarterly breakdown for the last four years.

1995-2Q18 Data

Mortgage Originations by Product

Mortgage originations by the type of mortgage product. Product categories are Government, Conventional/Conforming, Jumbo, and Expanded Credit. Also include data for ARMs and Refinances.

2000-2Q18 Data

1990-2002 Data

Mortgage Activity by State-Licensed Lender

Mortgage origination volume by the type of mortgage product for state-licensed lenders. Includes breakouts for conventional, FHA, VA as well as purchase, refinance, and home-improvement. Also includes volume generated in retail channel and in broker.


Originations by Production Channel

The total amount of mortgage originations by production channel and the market share for each channel. Channels included are Retail, Wholesale (Broker), and Wholesale (Correspondent).

2000-2Q18 Data

1995-2Q09 Data

Retail Mortgage Production by Lender Group

Volume of retail production broken down by lender type: state-licensed lenders (presented as total, retail, and broker amounts), depository institutions (total, bank retail, and credit union) and other. Annual numbers beginning 2013, quarterly beginning 1Q14.


Channel/Loan Type Detail

Matrix showing share of market by channel (retail, correspondent, broker) for three loan types (conventional conforming, jumbo, government insured) over time.

2015-2Q18 Data


Who "owns" the mortgage customer that’s brought to a wholesale lender through a loan broker?

The broker. It’s his/her client.


The wholesale/table funder. They’re taking the financial risk.


The broker, but only for the first year. After that, the borrower is fair game.


Hard to answer. It’s a complicated issue.