Residential Originations Databook and Reports
In This Section
The Most Comprehensive Source of Originations Data Available for the U.S., by State, by County, by Metro Market, and by Lender
Select reports listed below are available for purchase via MBA's web store. Click on the appropriate linked product code in order to purchase a report. Prices listed are for single-user licenses.
Please note that the products below include 2017 RESIDENTIAL (1-4 UNIT), RETAIL/BROKER, 1ST LIEN ORIGINATIONS ONLY, unless otherwise noted, and exclude multifamily property types as well as home improvement loans. Identical reports for CORRESPONDENT originations are also available for purchase.
For additional information on custom reports, correspondent originations, file formats, or multi-user licenses, please contact MBA Research at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 557-2830.
Residential Originations Databook
Popular Originations Reports
Lender Ranking Reports
Note: Originations data exclude purchased loans, loans not secured by a first lien, multifamily loans, and loans for home improvement. Please visit ffiec.cfpb.gov for a list of all exclusions or for more information.
MBA's Data on Demand provides critical, historical, and the most up-to-date data that make a difference to your business. Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) data are among the most comprehensive sources of historical loan origination data available to the public. The robust annual housing data has been processed and scrutinized by MBA's data technicians to provide your business with condensed, accurate, and useful reports.
All data and statistics are available on the national, state, county and metropolitan statistical area (metro market) level, including lender lists. It is currently estimated that the HMDA data covers approximately 85-88 percent of the mortgage market. Analyses and assumptions should be adjusted for accordingly.
MBA makes no representations and/or warranties regarding the accuracy of its data or reports.
Note: There is approximately a four-month lag between the end of the calendar year and the release of HMDA data. For this reason, the most current year's worth of HMDA data was released in April 2018 and covers the 2017 calendar year. For more information, please visit the FFIEC website at ffiec.cfpb.gov.