Inside Mortgage Finance Webinars are an affordable and convenient way to stay on top of major developments and residential mortgage market trends. For one low rate, you and your entire staff can hear and speak with industry experts without leaving your office. Each event lasts about 90 minutes. Participants also receive a program manual with speaker bios and presentations, along with key articles on the topic from our newsletters.
JUN 27, 2013
Non-agency lending is on the upswing, with jumbo originations leading the way. But while demand for nonconforming mortgages is growing, lenders are scrambling to map out their best post-origination strategy in a quickly evolving secondary market. Find out if conduit sales are a profitable delivery option for your non-agency mortgages at this IMF webinar.
JUL 11, 2013
As mortgage rates rise from their record lows and the pool of homeowners looking to refinance particularly under the Home Affordable Refinance Program is quickly drying up, some of the slack is being taken up by the growing home-purchase mortgage market. But even that sector is under pressure from investors and others using all-cash transactions to purchase homes. Learn how to maintain and grow your originations numbers as the market transitions from a refinance to a home-purchase focus at this IMF webinar.
Listen to Past Webinars
We've recorded the conferences on CD and MP3 so you can listen to them at your convenience. Also included with your audio CD or MP3 download is a special report that contains a full transcript of the event, speaker bios and supplemental materials, and a compilation of articles on the topic from our newsletters.
QM Checklist: Prepare for Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage Implementation - Download the MP3 or Order the CD
The ability-to-repay rule finalized by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in January affects nearly every facet of originations as well as many parts of servicing and secondary marketing. The implementation deadline is shortjust nine months left. You need a well-considered plan of attack to be sure youre ready on all fronts by Jan. 10, 2014, when the ATR/QM rule takes effect. Listen to QM Checklist: Prepare for Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage Implementation for a practical discussion of how and what you need to evaluate now.
Fair Lending Challenges: Preparing for Increased Enforcement - Order the CD or Download the MP3
The federal government has stepped up its fair lending game. The Department of Housing and Urban Development has released a new rule formalizing, and expanding, a longstanding but controversial prohibition on disparate impact. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has launched its fair lending enforcement and supervision, bringing the issue to nonbanks and other lenders who havent been in the crosshairs before. Hear from top regulatory experts who can help you understand the impact of the increasing fair lending enforcement on your business in the Inside Mortgage Finance webinar recording: Fair Lending Challenges: Preparing for Increased Enforcement.
Doing Business with Fannie and Freddie in 2013 - Order the CD or Download the MP3
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continue to dominate the residential mortgage market, accounting for nearly two out of every three mortgages made in 2012. At the same time, correspondent programs that helped the bigger banks feed their GSE pipelines are being cut back, in part due to regulatory compliance fears. The combination of these factors has led to an increasing number of smaller banks and nonbanks working directly with Fannie and Freddie for the first time. Find out how this changing mortgage lending landscape is prompting Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to review and rethink their mortgage delivery and seller requirements.
LO Compensation: The New Rules - Order the CD or Download the MP3
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's final rule on loan originator compensation builds on regulations put into effect by the Federal Reserve nearly two years ago. But broader definitions for originator and compensation extend the impact of this rule to everyone from tellers to managers and make it nearly impossible to build your new compensation plans on the bones of your existing systems. Learn where the dividing lines are and how your procedures need to change to stay on the correct side. Youll hear from a panel of legal experts who will explain the rule and discuss how to revise your current systems on CD or MP3 recording.
Resetting the Mortgage Servicing Bar: The CFPB's New Rule - Order the CD or Download the MP3
Mortgage servicers will discover some surprises in the just-released CFPB final rule on servicing. Servicers find themselves back at square one, needing to revise procedures, personnel training and document management in order to meet the new federal standards. Dive into the new rule, and learn its likely impact on you, with top regulatory experts. Listen on CD or MP3 recording and find out where the experts think the dangers are.
Originations in a QM World - Order the CD or MP3
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has just unveiled its anxiously anticipated qualified mortgage rule that will implement a so-called ability-to-repay standard for all mortgage lenders. It is perhaps the most far-reaching mortgage regulation mandated by the Dodd-Frank legislation and its impact is likely to be felt for years to come. Get an inside look at the CFPBs new QM rule in this seminar recorded Jan. 31, 2013.
Prepare for New Mortgage Servicing Rules - Order the CD or MP3
Riding the FHA/Ginnie Mae Wave: Today's Opportunities and Challenges - Order the CD or MP3
Gearing Up for New GSE Buyback Rules - Order the CD or MP3
If you've missed any of our earlier conferences, we're making it even easier to catch up: All conferences below this line are available for reduced prices.
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- Thomas Popik, Geosegment Systems
Who Attends IMF Webinars?
Organizations that attend vary somewhat by topic, but in general:
- 67% are banks, mortgage companies and credit unions
- 18% are government, Wall Street, non-profits
- 15% are vendors to the industry
What are typical job titles? This also varies somewhat based on topic, but in general:
- 25% Vice Presidents
- 18% Government Executives, Analysts, Specialists
- 14% CEO/President/Partner
- 13% Managers
- 13% COO, CFO, MD, EVP
- 10% General Counsel/Lawyers
- 8% Executive and Senior Directors
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