Eager to hold on to adjustable loans, thrifts sold far fewer mortgages into the secondary market last year, according to a survey by America's Community Bankers.

Thrifts sold 23% of originated mortgages to a government-sponsored or independent secondary buyer in the 12 months ended September 1994, compared with 45% in the preceding year, according to the survey.

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