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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: S&P economist dissects Trump's first 100 days

What's the big deal about Lone Star's latest bond offering?
So what’s the big deal about this weekend being the 100th day in office for President Donald Trump? An S&P economist breaks down the outlook for GDP. Also, coverage kicks off at MBA Secondary. Find out who from HousingWire will be there. Finally, what's the significance of the latest mortgage bond? Click to find out.
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Mortgage experts agree: There is no housing bubble

Slow and steady wins the race
With or without President Donald Trump, the housing market must go on. So as the world continues to tune in to Trump, HousingWire took a break to zero in on what we know best: housing. Three experts joined HousingWire on a webinar on Wednesday to discuss what’s next for housing and the mortgage nation.
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Finding the right leaders for the C-Suite

How do you determine who has leadership potential?
Today’s mortgage lenders are dealing with their own gauntlet of chaos that is testing the bounds of their “crews” – that is, their C-level executives. New regulations and overregulation, hyper competition and rising rates have created an abundance of uncertainty in the marketplace. Little wonder, then, that lenders are so focused on shoring up their top teams for success. But what does it take to get to the C-Suite?
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Closing Call

Taking ID verification to the MAXX

New tool lets lenders validate borrower's identity, character references
With its latest tool, IDMAXX, Pavaso has enabled lenders to achieve two aims with one solution. By leveraging a borrower’s network for both identity verification and character references, lenders can be assured that 1) the borrower is who they claim to be and 2) the total picture they have of that borrower, and the risk that borrower may pose, is accurate and complete.
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Redefining when the mortgage process starts

It's not what you think
Traditionally, there is plenty of jockeying for position amongst the differing players in the real estate transaction, particularly between lenders and realtors, over who owns the relationship with the consumer. Be warned: There isn’t going to be any place for that kind of possessiveness in the post-TRID market.
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The production challenges beyond TRID

Transitioning to a digital space
If the mortgage industry is serious about addressing the longer closing times created by TRID, not to mention attracting millennials as potential homebuyers and/or employees, it has got to get with the times. And the times? They are digital.
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A new era of solutions

Recapping last week's posts and tech progress this year

Solutions exist today that can help with a large majority of the business process shifts that will result from the rule. And the last year has provided an opportunity for them to solve things further.  


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