Wells Fargo was the top mortgage lender in the second quarter of 2010, according to Mortgagestats.com.
However, the total was off 37 percent from the $131 billion funded a year earlier.
Bank of America came in a close second with $74 billion in fundings and a near-23 percent share – but volume was down 35 percent from a year ago at the Charlotte-based bank.
There was a steep dropoff for the third biggest mortgage lender, as Chase funded just $33 billion in the second quarter.
That helped them claim more than a 10 percent share of the total residential mortgage market, but again numbers were off 21 percent from the $42 billion funded a year earlier.
Citi was the biggest loser in the top ten, as it saw fundings drop a staggering 61 percent year-over-year to just over $12 billion.
Conversely, PHH Mortgage held pretty steady with fundings down just eight percent from a year ago.
And no one seems too interested in purchasing a home with the lack of a homebuyer tax credit extension in the mix.
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