Bank of America originated just $16 billion of first and second liens in the first quarter, a 72% decline from the same period a year ago as the closing of its correspondent channel weighed heavily.

Compared to 4Q11, residential fundings declined by 27%. Late last year the bank began to exit the correspondent business, and today originates mortgages through just one channel: retail. 

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