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Top Subprime Servicers at 12/31/06

(Dollars in Millions)

Total Servicing Vol. Percent Market

Rank Organization Name Location 12/31/06 12/31/05 Change Share

1 Countrywide Financial Corp. Calabasas, CA $119,060 $120,587 -1% +9.23%

2 Chase Home Finance Woodcliff Lake, NJ $83,837 $67,825 24% +6.50%

3 Option One Mortgage Corp. (1) Irvine, CA $69,039 $79,169 -13% +5.35%

4 CitiFinancial (E) (2) Baltimore, MD $64,250 $57,328 12% +4.98%

5 Ameriquest Mortgage Corp. Orange, CA $65,000 $70,000 -7% +5.04%

6 Ocwen Financial Corp. West Palm Beach, FL $52,160 $41,989 24% +4.04%

7 Wells Fargo Home San Francisco, CA $51,321 $44,715 15% +3.98%

Mortgage

8 Homecomings Minneapolis, MN $50,849 $55,213 -8% +3.94%

Financial (E) (3)

9 National City Home Loan (4) Pittsburgh, PA $49,545 $37,574 32% +3.84%

10 HSBC Mortgage Services Charlotte, NC $49,465 $43,792 13% +3.84%

Top 10 Totals: $654,526 $618,192 6% 45.71%

Submitted Totals: $1,074,668 $1,004,736 7% 76.81%

Notes: Includes subservicing contracts. Results may vary because some firms would not disclose subprime receivables.

Market share is based on estimated subprime receivables of $1.289 trillion at 12/31/06. (1) Option One is owned by H&R Block and is for sale. (2) Citigroup stopped reporting its subprime servicing last year. This is an estimate. (3) GMAC, the parent of Homecomings, had not reported 4Q results as of our press time. (4) NCHL is owned by Merrill Lynch. (E) Estimate.

(BK) Firm has filed for bankruptcy protection.

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