Top Mortgage Players 1Q14 PDF Format
Even though interest rates largely stabilized in the first quarter, mortgage originations for the period continued to suffer the fallout from the dramatic increase in rates that happened last summer. Refinance lending fell sharply in 1Q2014 and purchase-money loans couldn’t make up the difference, failing to meet the levels they reached late last year. As the market adapts to both the declining volume and the shift in loan purpose, correspondent lending has gained importance and nonbanks have continued to build their share of the mortgage lending pie. The jumbo and home equity sectors are riding out the downturn better than others. And more and more, the megabanks are relinquishing their hold on the servicing market, providing opportunity for mid-level players to make more from this part of the mortgage business.
Keep track of how the changes are playing out for the industry and its top performers with IMF’s Top Mortgage Players report. Issued quarterly, this report gathers IMF’s gold-standard rankings and analysis of the mortgage industry’s sector leaders into one resource so that you’ll have all the most important mortgage market intelligence at your fingertips each quarter.
Use the charts and accompanying perspective in the Top Mortgage Players report to learn who the market leaders are in the mortgage industry’s niches and how their business has changed from the previous quarter. You’ll also have market-level data that show you which sectors or products are performing well and which aren’t.
Get the rankings and performance stats for the leaders in these categories:
GSE Production by Channel
Primary Mortgage Insurance
Plus, you’ll have overall market statistics that show the activity in these areas:
Mortgage Origination Indicators
Originations by Production Channel
Mortgage Originations by Product
Accompanying analysis provides color on trends in each sector and backstory on changes in the players’ performance.
Use this quarterly report to
Monitor the market sectors you’re currently conducting business in.
Evaluate competition in sectors you’re considering expanding to.
Research potential partners or clients.
Know who’s leading the sectors, by how much, and what their trajectories look like.