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Nonbank Mortgage Lending Bounces Back

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Nonbank Mortgage Lending Bounces Back

by WSJ Live

In the first half of the year, lenders that aren't banks made almost a quarter of all mortgage loans, the highest level since at least the financial crisis. Joe Light joins MoneyBeat. Pictured: Garyah Reed, who closed on a new loan in August with a nonbank mortgage company. Photo: Grace Stufkosky for The Wall Street Journal.

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