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Volume 11 - Number 3

February 9, 2018

Downloads Available: Channel Profile of FHA and VA Loans Securitized in Ginnie Mae MBS/Securitized FHA/VA Loan Characteristics: 2013-4Q17

Downloads Available: Ginnie Mae Issuer Profile: 12M17

Downloads Available: Seller Profile: FHA Loans Securitized in Ginnie Mae MBS: 4Q17

Downloads Available: Seller Profile: VA Loans Securitized in Ginnie Mae MBS: 4Q17


Correspondent Platforms Had Big Year in FHA/VA Market in 2017

The steadiest source of new FHA and VA loans flowing into Ginnie Mae mortgage-backed securities came from correspondent lending platforms, according to a new Inside FHA/VA Lending analysis. In the fourth quarter, however, correspondent originations declined more than retail and wholesale-broker production. Ginnie last year securitized $115.05 billion of FHA loans that issuers acquired from correspondent lenders. That was down 2.8 percent from 2016, but total FHA loan deliveries dropped 13.9 percent over that period. The correspondent share of the FHA market rose to 48.6 percent last year, a gain of 5.5 percentage points from 2016. FHA loans generated by brokers accounted for 14.8 percent of 2017 activity, up slightly from the previous year. But retail-originated FHA loan volume plummeted 25.5 percent, dropping the channel’s share of the market to 36.6 percent – down from 42.3 percent back in ... [ Chart ]

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