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Unlike banks, nonbank lenders typically don’t rely on branches or ties to local agents, which are traditional tools for capturing mortgage purchases.
Loss of market share and profitable sources of income has weakened banks, and consumers are hurt by being driven to more expensive nonbank lenders.
In sturdy financial systems, nonbanks help fill gaps left by banks.
Today, that number has more than flipped: Nonbanks originate 73 percent of the loans, with banks' share dropping to 18 percent.
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