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Volume 15 - Number 11

May 22, 2015

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1Q15 GSE Business Volume Up Strongly in Nearly All States

Fannie Maeís and Freddie Macís new business volume in the first quarter represented a huge increase from the feeble start back in early 2014, with all major markets showing strong gains. A new Inside The GSEs analysis of GSE business lenders in the first quarter shows that California posted one of the biggest gains compared to a year ago. The Golden State produced $44.95 billion of new Fannie/Freddie mortgages, up 69.6 percent from the first quarter of 2014. Over that same period, GSE business grew by 43.3 percent nationally. As usual, California accounted for a substantial

Fannie Maeís and Freddie Macís new business volume in the first quarter represented a huge increase from the feeble start back in early 2014, with all major markets showing strong gains. A new Inside The GSEs analysis of GSE business lenders in the first quarter shows that California posted one of the biggest gains compared to a year ago. The Golden State produced $44.95 billion of new Fannie/Freddie mortgages, up 69.6 percent from the first quarter of 2014. Over that same period, GSE business grew by 43.3 percent nationally.

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Poll

With mortgage production down noticeably this year from 2017, how many lenders might disappear via M&A or failure during the next 12 months?

10% or less. It’s not that bad out there.

17%

11% to 25%. It’s a challenging market.

48%

25% to 40%. It’s going to be very ugly.

24%

No opinion.

11%