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January 4, 2019 - IMFnews

What We’re Hearing: Top Production Exec Ready to Depart? / The Mel Watt Era at the FHFA is About to End / Will IBM do to Promontory What it Did to Seterus? / Ugly Mortgage Job Numbers / Selling Ditech Shares / Dynex Hires Dave Stevens as a Director

One former Fannie Mae executive familiar with Seterus opined that IBM likely received “pennies” compared to what it invested in Seterus...


December 31, 2018 - IMFnews

GSE Credit Scoring Models: The Future is Unwritten

Fannie and Freddie tossed out the idea of creating their own internal models as impractical...


December 31, 2018 - IMFnews

Industry Concerned About Shutdown and Effect on IRS Verifications, MBA Asks Treasury to Step In

MBA CEO Bob Broeksmit: “We have made our concerns known to Treasury and request that IRS employees performing this vital work be deemed essential so loan closings can continue without further interruption.”


December 28, 2018 - IMFnews

Broker Tech Platform from AIME Looks to Sign Up More than 20 Wholesale Lenders

The seven initial participants in the platform include United Wholesale Mortgage, the nation’s largest table-funder…


December 14, 2018 - IMFnews

FHFA’s Proposed Rule on Credit Scores a Setback for Vantage Score

VantageScore is not happy with the FHFA's latest action...


December 12, 2018 - IMFnews

Short Takes: loanDepot Loses its Product Chief / Bill Dallas and Cloudvirga / Kudos on the Calabria Pick from HFSC Chairman Hensarling / A Candidate Himself Once? / A New Hire for Vendor Valuation Partners

Cloudvirga, at one time, was headed by industry veteran Bill Dallas...


December 11, 2018 - IMFnews

Short Takes: The Six Horsemen of the GSE Apocalypse / If You Have to Ask, You’re in Trouble / G-Fees Hold Steady / Plaza Home’s New Tag Line / NAMB Giving Away Software for Free

NAMB is giving away free software...


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