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HECM Lenders July 2015

August 3, 2015

HECM endorsements fell 5% to 5,029 loans in July, but still represent the second highest level of the past 12 months trailing only last month’s surge.

  • Mid-Atlantic led the way among regions with a 18.3% gain to 601 loans
  • New England also posted double digit growth at 13.2%, totaling 232 loans

Several lenders showed big swings as well:

  • Urban jumped 46.6% to 478 loans, their highest level in over 12 months
  • Reverse Mortgage Funding grew 25.5% to 251 loans, just below their April record performance of 259
  • Last but not least, RMS grew 13.4% to 389 loans

If your company is FHA approved check out the rankings on page 5 of the report below. If your company is not FHA approved, watch out for our next edition of HECM Originators to find your ranking!

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HECM Trends May 2015

July 22, 2015

For the country as a whole HECM endorsements declined -1.9% in the year through May, but as always some areas of the nation are doing better than that and/or have picked up the pace since last month.

  • California strengthened to an 8.8% growth pace, up from 7.4% last month
  • Arizona also upped its growth rate to 5.7% from 3.6% last month
  • New York popped up above the national pace at -1.8% decline, improving significantly from -4.2% last month

Check out the full HECM Trends report below by clicking the image below.

HECM Trends

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HECM Originators May 2015

July 14, 2015

HECM endorsements dropped -4.9% in May, with wholesale/brokers bearing a slightly larger share of the decline at -5.4% compared to retail/direct at -4.6%. There were some large declines for some top ten lenders, but as always there were winners too:

  • Live Well grew volume 30% to 299 loans and their highest monthly total in over a year
  • One Reverse bucked the trend as well, growing 18% to 518 loans and second overall ranking on the month

Outside the top ten lenders, several originators made their mark:

  • FirstBank grew 22.7% to 54 loans (#11)
  • High Tech grew 29.7% to 48 loans (#12)
  • United Southwest aka All Reverse jumped 45.5% to 32 loans (#15)

Don’t forget to check out the rankings on page 3 (trailing twelve months with channel splits) and page 4 (single month retail only). If your company is not an FHA approved lender, these are the only industry rankings where you’ll appear!

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