Top Residential Mortgage Originators in First Half 2000

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Top Residential Mortgage Originators in First Half 2000


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(Dollars in millions)

                                                    First half originations
Rank                                                            2000
1   Chase Manhattan Mortgage Edison, N.J.                   $33,959
2   Wells Fargo Home Mortgage (1) Des Moines                  29,471
3   Bank of America Mortgage Charlotte, N.C.                  27,760
4   Countrywide Home Loans Inc. (2) Calabasas, Calif          26,990
5   Washington Mutual (3) Seattle                             20,836
6   ABN AMRO Mortgage Troy, Mich.                             10,350
7   Cendant Mortgage Mt. Laurel, N.J.                          9,763
8   National City Mortgage Miamisburg, Ohio                    9,472
9   CitiMortgage Inc. (4) St. Louis                            9,437
10  Golden West Financial Corp./World Oakland, Calif           9,275
11  Fleet Mortgage Columbia, S.C.                              8,863
12  PNC Mortgage (5) Vernon Hills, Ill.                        8,685
13  North American Mortgage/Dime Tampa                         8,679
14  HomeSide Lending Inc. Jacksonville, Fla.                   8,648
15  First Nationwide Mortgage Frederick, Md.                   7,386
16  First Horizon Home Loans Irving, Tex.                      7,154
17  GMAC Mortgage Horsham, Pa.                                 7,040
18  Household Financial Services (E) (BC) Prospect H           6,850
19  SunTrust/Crestar Mortgage Inc. Richmond, Va.               6,316
20  Associates Home Equity (E) (BC) (4) Irving, Tex.           5,900
21  Flagstar Bank Bloomfield Hills, Mich.                      4,671
22  GreenPoint Mortgage Funding Larkspur, Calif.               4,537
23  Equicredit (BC) (6) Jacksonville, Fla.                     4,400
24  Old Kent Mortgage Company Grand Rapids, Mich.              4,291
25  First Union Mortgage (7) Charlotte, N.C.                   4,225
26  Resource Bancshares Mtg. Co. Columbia, S.C.                4,207
27  Conn.ex. Mortgage Dallas                                   3,822
28  Ohio Savings Bank, F.S.B. Cleveland                        3,805
29  Prism Mortgage Chicago                                     3,557
30  IndyMac Bancorp Inc. Pasadena, Calif.                      3,446
31  Principal Residential Mortgage Des Moines                  3,290
32  CitiFinancial (BC) (8) Baltimore                           2,974
33  Downey Savings & Loan Assn. Newport Beach, Calif           2,889
34  Charter One Mortgage Cleveland                             2,855
35  Banc One Mortgage Corp. Indianapolis                       2,832
36  HSBC Mortgage Depew, N.Y.                                  2,768
37  Option One Mortgage Corp. (BC) Irvine, Calif.              2,636
38  Firstar Home Mortgage Corp. Bloomington, Minn.             2,569
39  Union Planters Mortgage Cordova, Tenn.                     2,320
40  GE Capital Mortgage Services (9) Cherry Hill, N.           2,275
41  First Franklin Financial (BC) (10) San Jose, Cal           2,265
42  Regions Mortgage Co. Montgomery, Ala.                      2,220
43  USAA Federal Savings Bank San Antonio                      2,129
44  New Century Financial Corp. (BC) Irvine, Calif.            2,056
45  Republic Bancorp Inc. Owosso, Mich.                        2,002
46  Ameriquest Mortgage Corp. (BC) (E) Orange, Calif           1,950
47  Irwin Mortgage Corp. Indianapolis                          1,943
48  Branch Banking & Trust Co. Wilson, N.C.                    1,676
49  Long Beach Mortgage (BC) (11) Orange, Calif.               1,614
50  Chase Home Finance (BC) Woodcliff Lake, N.J.               1,447
    First half originations                         %
Rank                                            2000            1999
51  Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati                              $1,434
52  HomeBanc Mortgage Corporation Atlanta                      1,368
53  Kaufman & Broad Mtg. … 

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