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January 17, 2017 - IMFnews
Some M&A advisors believe 2017 could be a banner year for mortgage company sales. Then again, thats what they predicted early last year...
January 17, 2017 - IMFnews
Wesley Winter, a senior modeler at Black Knight, said a traditional credit score may not be the best predictor of mortgage default.
January 13, 2017 - Inside Mortgage Trends
The New York Department of Financial Services made some concessions to industry participants by revising proposed cybersecurity standards. Some mortgage-industry officials were happy with the revisions while reiterating concerns about the proposed standards. The NYDFS first proposed cybersecurity standards in September. The proposal was the first of its kind from a state regulator and more prescriptive than guidance from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination ...
January 9, 2017 - IMFnews
AMC acquired Stewarts residential due diligence and servicing functions, including credit, compliance, origination and servicing quality control reviews.
December 30, 2016 - IMFnews
But if you think that Wells Fargo will pull a BofA and quietly downshift its presence in mortgages, think again.
December 23, 2016 - Inside Mortgage Trends
Lenders that deliver loans to agency buyers and non-agency buyers could benefit from standards developed by the Structured Finance Industry Group and the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization. SFIG detailed the data standardization effort in a green paper released last week. The Wall Street group noted that a lack of accepted standards can lead to confusion and disagreement between counterparties and service providers, particularly when data are calculated or ...
December 19, 2016 - IMFnews
PHH had been subservicing the loans for HSBC and the new owner of the MSRs had opted to bring the loans inhouse instead of using PHH
December 15, 2016 - Inside Mortgage Finance
With rates at the highest theyve been in 27 months, mortgage lenders have to make sure they keep their costs as low as possible to be competitive. At the same time, they have to retain and attract the most productive loan officers, while still staying within the bounds of the loan originator compensation rule from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. During a webinar sponsored by Inside Mortgage Finance this week, Paul Hindman, managing director at Grid Origination Services, said loan officer recruiting is not just about the Benjamins. In no particular order, should they decide to explore, loan officers will evaluate and compare the following when assessing the right model match: company brand and culture ([including] mission, vision and values); compensation clarity, [and] loan products and consistent rates/pricing, he said. Also important are...
December 14, 2016 - IMFnews
At least four names have surfaced for the FHA job in the Trump administration...
December 9, 2016 - Inside Mortgage Trends
The share of borrowers who want to use a mobile device as part of the mortgage shopping and origination process has increased significantly in the past year, according to survey results from Fannie Mae. The demand for mortgage-related activities completed via cell phones should prompt action from lenders, according to Steve Deggendorf, a director of market insights research at Fannie. Lenders such as Quicken and Sofi have already begun to reflect the mobile demands of ...
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