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Biggest Commercial Mortgage Lenders in 2014

The latest ranking of commercial real estate lenders is out, and three of the top-five commercial mortgage lenders are also among the top-five residential lenders.

Last year, U.S. commercial mortgage lenders originated approximately $387 billion in CRE loans. That was up nearly 8 percent from 2013.

This year, commercial mortgage production is projected to climb another 7 percent, while 2016 volume is forecasted to ascend 4 percent.

With 8,572 CRE loans originated for $50.278 billion, Wells Fargo & Co. generated more CRE loans than any other lender.

That was according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s
2014 C/MF Annual Origination Ranking. The report costs $250 for MBA members and $350 for nonmembers.

No. 2 on the list was JPMorgan Chase & Co., where commercial mortgage production amounted to 6,529 loans for $39.848 billion.

After that was KeyBank, N.A., which closed 874 units for $28.809 billion.

Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. landed in the fourth spot with 308 loans funded for $26.598 billion.

Next was Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where volume totaled 779 mortgages for $25.411 billion.

Wells Fargo, Chase and BofA were also the first-, second- and fourth-biggest residential lenders, respectively, last year.

No. 6 on MBA’s CRE lender ranking was PNC Real Estate, which originated 899 loan for $16.929 billion.

Volume was 722 loans for $15.249 billion at Prudential Mortgage Capital Co., landing it in the seventh position last year.

After that was Morgan Stanley, which funded 221 loans for $12.036 billion.

At MetLife Real Estate Investors, production totaled 95 loans for $11.289 billion, making it the ninth-biggest CRE loan originator.

Finishing out the top-10 was CCRE, where 526 loans were closed for $10.475 billion.

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