Top Home Mortgage Originators in 2002

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Top Home Mortgage Originators in 2002


Excluding subprime. Dollars in millions.

(part 1 of 2)

Rank

    1     Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Des Moines
    2     Washington Mutual Seattle
    3     Countrywide Financial Corp. Calabasas, Calif.
    4     Chase Home Finance Edison, N.J.
    5     ABN Amro Mortgage Ann Arbor, Mich.
    6     Bank of America Charlotte
    7     National City Mortgage Miamisburg, Ohio
    8     GMAC Residential Holdings Horsham, Pa.
    9     Cendant Mortgage Mount Laurel, N.J.
    10    Homecomings/GMAC-RFC Bloomington, Minn.
    11    CitiMortgage Inc.1 St. Louis
    12    Principal Residential Mortgage Des Moines
    13    Flagstar Bank FSB Troy, Mich.
    14    First Horizon Home Loans Irving, Tex.
    15    GreenPoint Mortgage Funding Novato, Calif.
    16    SunTrust Mortgage Inc. Richmond
    17    Golden West Financial Corp./World Oakland
    18    First Nationwide Mortgage Corp.1 Frederick, Md.
    19    U.S. Bank Home Mortgage/Firstar Bloomington, Minn.
    20    Ohio Savings Bank, F.S.B. Cleveland
    21    HSBC Mortgage Corp. USA Depew, N.Y.
    22    Wachovia/First Union Mortgage Charlotte
    23    IndyMac Bancorp Inc. Pasadena, Calif.
    24    RBC Centura MortgageE Rocky Mount, N.C.
    25    Bank One Mortgage Fisher, Ind.


    (part 2 of 2)

Market share
    Rank         2002         2001      Change     2002      Change*

    1        $329,221     $196,732      67.34%    12.08%      2.01%
    2         311,959      175,537      77.72     11.44       2.46
    3         251,901      138,194      82.28      9.24       2.17
    4         155,680      184,202     -15.42      5.71      -3.71
    5         117,779       81,684      44.19      4.32       0.14
    6          88,050       84,065       4.74      3.23      -1.07
    7          79,478       56,865      39.77      2.92       0.01
    8          71,617       51,821      38.20      2.63      -0.02
    9          59,280       44,522      33. … 

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