December 2004
Mortgage Banking;Dec2004, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p99
Reports that the Mortgage Bankers Association's quarterly commercial and multifamily mortgage loan originations survey for the third quarter of 2004 shows continued growth in mortgage originations. Comparison with year-ago levels; Mortgage bankers' loan originations placed with investors who held them in portfolio; Originations to commercial mortgage-backed securities conduits.


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