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Volume 22 - Number 22

October 26, 2018

Big Banks Post Mixed Results in 3Q18 Originations

The nationís major banks had a challenging third quarter as residential production declined at most of the larger shops while nimble-footed nonbanks outperformed, according to a new analysis by Inside Mortgage Trends. Wells Fargo, the nationís largest home lender and a bellwether for the industry, originated $45.2 billion in residential first liens during the third quarter, a 7.1 percent sequential decline. Its closest competitor, JPMorgan Chase, fared a bit better, funding $24.6 billion of ...

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