Loan business continued its steady climb for Fannie Mae, according to the company's latest production numbers.
Business volume for April totaled $139 billion, trouncing March's $108.8 billion, according to the statement.
Single-family issues were reported as $121 billion of the volume. Year-to-date business volume totaled $475 billion, the statement said.
Edging closer to the two trillion mark, Fannie's book of business was reported at $1.97 trillion at the end of April, up $50 billion from March's total, reflecting a 2.6 percent-growth rate.
The company's mortgage portfolio totaled $817.9 billion at the end of April, according to the report; almost unchanged from March, which suffered a slight loss over February's numbers.
Fannie reported a two-basis point drop in single-family deliquencies and a three-basis point climb in multi-family deliquencies.
The company's duration gap remained at -2 for the month, unchanged from March.