Targeting MillennialsWhat lenders need to do to reach this elusive segment of home buyers and spur them to action.
Will Millennials Rise In 2015?
By Debbie Hoffman
For years, lenders have been saying that the millennial generation could be the one to bring the housing industry out of its slump - will 2015 be the year?
The Do’s And Don’ts Of Subservicer Oversight
By Scott Brown
If a subservicer isn’t doing its job properly, the lender is ultimately responsible.
Risk Management And The New Focus On Credit Policy
By Becky Walzak
Following the crisis, quality control has been the main way lenders manage risk - but credit risk also continues to be a very real concern.
The Evolution Of ‘Scratch And Dent’
By Ruth Lee
Scratch and dent loans present a new opportunity for lenders and investors, as they are not the same as the defective loans of the past.
The FHFA Continues To Maintain, Reduce And Build
By Mel Watt
Mel Watt, director of the FHFA, updates investors on recent developments at the agency.
Existing-Home Sales Up Slightly In February
CFPB Nabs Another Lender For ‘Deceptive’ Advertising
Applications For New Home Purchases Jumped 17% In March
‘Middle Ground’ Housing Finance Reform Proposal Reintroduced
The Challenges Of Valuing Green Homes
By Brad Froelich
As more homes are retrofitted with green technologies, valuations companies will need to educate their appraisers as to the impact these features have on lending decisions.
Are You Ready To Manage A Subservicer?
By Alice Alvey
For lenders seeking to use a subservicer for the first time, finding the needed experience is a major challenge.
Automation: From Black And White To Full-Spectrum Color
By Jonathan Corr
Automation in loan origination was inflexible in the early 2000s, whereas today, lenders have a wealth of customizable online tools at their disposal.
HELOC Resets: Opening The Door To New Originations
By Felice Kesselring
Lenders can retain their HELOC customers, provided they identify the accounts that are due to reset and implement a proactive sales strategy.
Risk Management In The New Regulatory Environment: Part 2
By Patrick Barnard
Lenders have adopted an assembly line approach that brings greater accuracy, consistency and transparency to the loan manufacturing process.
Existing-Home Sales Off To Slow Start In 2015
CFPB Brings Action Against Three Lenders For Deceptive Advertising
Ellie Mae: Refinances Jumped In January On Lower Rates
FHFA Seriously Considering Principal Write-Downs For Underwater Borrowers
Improving Performance With An Assembly Line Approach
By Don Brown & Ivan Darius
Lenders need to rethink how software is used in the origination process.
Risk Management In The New Regulatory Environment
How software and systems are helping lenders reduce defects and ensure compliance.
Lock Desk: To Serve And Protect
By Matt Kiker
Having this critical department to monitor changes in loan terms, price and rate will do more to curb revenue leakage than any other action a lender can take.
Transforming The Consumer Disclosure Process (And Your Bottom Line) With E-Signatures
By Michael Laurie
How e-sign technology will make implementing the CFPB’s new integrated disclosure rules much smoother for lenders.
2015 Directory Of Technology
Existing-Home Sales Fell 6.1% In November
CFPB Fines Lender For Illegal Bonus Program
Obama Directs FHA To Reduce Mortgage Insurance Premiums
Fannie, Freddie Lower Down Payment Requirements
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