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Federal Housing Administration Profile


Agency Name:


Federal Housing Administration

 


Parent:


U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

 


Headquarters Address:


451 7th Street S.W., Washington, D.C., 20410

 


Web site:


www.HUD.gov


Number of Employees

 


8,400 as of Dec. 29, 2016 (HUD)

8,000 as of July 28, 2014 (HUD)

8,709 as of Sept. 7, 2013 (HUD)

 


Field Offices:

 


81 as of Feb. 14, 2013 (HUD)

 


Executives

 


HUD Secretary:

 

Dr. Benjamin Carson
Acting Federal Housing Commissioner:

 

Dana Wade

Endorsement Activity

 


Residential Endorsements (fiscal-year including HECM & Title 1):

 

$207.593 billion / 984,717 loans 2018 through Aug. 31

$267.871 billion / 1,305,002 loans 2017

$260.134 billion / 1,310,522 loans 2016

$228.373 billion / 1,179,357 loans 2015

$148.380 billion / 843,628 loans 2014

1,400,000 loans 2013

$226.5 billion / 1,239,874 loans 2012

$236.0 billion / 1,271,211 loans 2011

$318.8 billion / 1,746,997 loans 2010

$359.5 billion 2009

$205.412 billion 2008

$84.462 billion 2007

$73.283 billion 2006

$71.244 billion 2005

$122.880 billion 2004

$162.247 billion 2003

$150.075 billion 2002

$118.814 billion 2001

$95.056 billion 2000

 

Residential Endorsements $ (calendar-year including HECM & Title 1):

 

$148.466 billion 2018 through Aug. 31

$255.063 billion 2017

$269.419 billion 2016

$250.904 billion 2015

$148.081 billion 2014

$24.9 billion 2013 through Jan. 31

$242.2 billion 2012

$206.3 billion 2011

$302.3 billion 2010

$375.8 billion 2009

Residential Endorsements # (calendar-year including HECM & Title 1):

 

702,314 loans 2018 through Aug. 31

1,236,671 loans 2017

1,346,497 loans 2016

1,276,904 loans 2015

837,783 loans 2014

1,272,668 loans 2013

1,400,000 loans 2012

1,143,660 loans 2011

1,624,836 loans 2010

2,022,636 2009

1,404,540 2008

524,736 2007

 

HECM Volume $:
(calendar-year)
$10.637 billion 2018 through Aug. 31

$18.329 billion 2017

$14.923 billion 2016

$15.950 billion 2015

$13.887 billion 2014

$1.2 billion through Jan. 31, 2013

$12.7 billion 2012

HECM Volume #:
(calendar-year)
40,135 loans 2018 through Nov. 30 (RMI)

56,867 loans 2017

48,867 loans 2016

57,990 loans  2015

52,754 loans 2014

60,933 loans 2013

52,969 loans 2012

HECM Volume $:
(fiscal-year)
$15.223 billion through Aug. 31

$17.635 billion 2017

$14.655 billion 2016

$16.128 billion 2015

$13.519 billion 2014

$5.398 billion through Feb. 28, 2013

$13.2 billion 2012

$18.2 billion 2011

$21.1 billion 2010

$30.2 billion 2009

$24.244 billion 2008

$24.625 billion 2007

$17.982 billion 2006

$8.886 billion 2005

$6.903 billion 2004

$3.012 billion 2003

$1.978 billion 2002

$1.119 billion 2001

$0.841 billion 2000

HECM Volume #:
(HUD fiscal-year)
5,644 loans 2019 through Nov. 30 (RMI)

48,385 loans 2018 (RMI)

55,293 loans 2017

48,868 loans 2016

57,990 loans 2015

51,617 loans 2014

59,918 loans 2013

54,820 loans 2012

73,129 loans 2011

79,106 loans 2010

114,691 loans 2009

112,153 loans 2008

107,103 loans 2007

76,375 loans 2006

42,921 loans 2005

37,788 loans 2004

16,224 loans 2003

12,996 loans 2002

CRE Endorsements:
(fiscal-year)
$20.865 billion / 1,319 loans 2018 through Aug. 31

$17.992 billion / 1,317 loans 2017

$13.780 billion / 1,172 loans 2016

$10.139 billion / 1,201 loans 2015

$15.175 billion / 1,570 loans 2014

2,657 loans 2013

2,348 loans 2012

 

CRE Endorsements:
(calendar-year)
$15.497 billion / 962 loans 2018 through Aug. 31

$18.466 billion / 1,289 loans 2017

$15.002 billion / 1,229 loans 2016

$9.672 billion / 1,128 loans 2015

$13.617 billion / 1,458 loans 2014

 


Mortgage Holdings

 


Residential Insurance in Force # as of Dec. 31 (including single-family, HECM & Title I):

 

8,622,052 loans as of Aug. 31, 2018

8,597,089 loans 2017

8,457,200 loans 2016

8,421,688 loans 2015

8,422,968 loans 2014

8,482,201 loans 2013

7,719,941 loans 2012 (single family only)

7,414,979 loans 2011 (single family only)

6,812,689 loans 2010 (single family only)

5,815,006 loans 2009 (single family only)

4,681,291 loans 2008 (single family only)

Residential Insurance in Force $ as of Dec. 31 (including single-family, HECM & Title I):

 

$1.3376 trillion as of Aug. 31, 2018

$1.3128 trillion 2017

$1.2573 trillion 2016

$1.2298 trillion 2015

$1.2245 trillion 2014

$1.2446 trillion 2013

$1.0883 trillion 2012 (single family only)

$1.0369 trillion 2011 (single family only)

$0.9342 trillion 2010 (single family only)

CRE Insurance in-Force as of Dec. 31:

 

$128.992 billion / 15,202 loans as of Aug. 31, 2018

$120.904 billion / 14,913 loans 2017

$110.022 billion / 14,300 loans 2016

$105.581 billion / 14,094 loans 2015

$102.191 billion / 13,936 loans 2014

$94.920 billion / 13,485 loans 2013

Multifamily Insurance in-Force as of Dec. 31:

 

$94.178 billion / 11,512 loans as of Aug. 31, 2018

$86.451 billion / 11,295 loans 2017

$78.303 billion / 10,879 2016

$73.341 billion / 10,779 loans 2015

$70.750 billion / 10,673 loans 2014

$65.182 billion / 10,458 loans 2013


Delinquency

 


30-Day Delinquency Including Foreclosures and Bankruptcies as of Dec. 31:

 

10.29% as of Aug. 31, 2018

12.72% 2017

11.73% 2016

12.17% 2015

13.47% 2014

14.87% 2013

16.71% 2012

 

90-day Delinquency as of Dec. 31:

 

4.11% as of Aug. 31, 2018

5.19% 2017

4.99% 2016

5.79% 2015

7.00% 2014

8.02% 2013

9.59% 2012

9.6% 2011

8.8% 2010

9.5% 2009

6.8% 2008

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