The percentage of annual mortgage originations that are conforming and nonconforming mortgages varies from year to year as market conditions change. Conforming mortgages are generally more traditional mortgages such as 30-year fixed rate mortgages. Negative amortization mortgages, for example, are nonconforming mortgages.
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