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These mortgage lenders have cut jobs in 2022

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It’s a tough time for mortgage lenders. A rapid rise in mortgage rates and a big drop in origination volume has led to thousands of industry job losses over the last six months. And it’s likely to continue – executives are calling this one of the most challenging periods in memory. By some estimates, origination volume will fall in 2022 to about $2 trillion, about half the volume from the record-breaking years of details ⇒

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