Items Tagged with 'mortgage technology'

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Realogy Holdings forms tech hub ZapLabs

Focuses on accelerating change within real estate
The latest business venture from Realogy Holdings falls in line with a growing focus of technology in the mortgage market. The real estate company announced that ZapLabs is its new innovation and technology hub. Moving forward, Richard Smith, Realogy's chairman, CEO and president, foresees ZapLabs more broadly focusing its creative energy on the application of emerging technologies.
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How burdensome regulations now mean survival of the fittest

The mortgage industry needs more than compliance capabilities
Even today, the consequences of the mortgage crisis of 2008 resonate throughout the mortgage industry. However, the biggest impact from the meltdown wasn't sweeping regulation. Most will agree that there will be more “TRIDs” or “ATRs.” Instead, it's this key factor for businesses that is important.
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5 keys to ensure security and compliance with modern mortgages

Holding complaints at bay keeps the CFPB away
In a world with increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks and stricter mortgage guidelines, modern technology is the answer for risk mitigation. Here’s how mortgage settlement service providers and their lenders can guarantee security and benefit from turn-key compliance.
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From HW Magazine

4 ways to overcome the bottom-line impact of regulation

Technology is the only saving grace for rising mortgage compliance costs
Origination and servicing costs are on the rise to such an extent that lenders are finding it increasingly difficult to continue on a profitable trajectory, thus leading to offloading non-profitable parts of the business. Mergers and acquisitions are on the rise. In such a difficult and dynamic time for a lender, what can they do to keep production costs low?
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This is why customer experience is critical for everyone

Don’t forget the customers who don't have an "easy button"
Where are the technological innovations that will benefit the vast majority of the homebuyers and refinancers for whom banks, credit unions and brokers serve? Who is innovating for the customer who doesn’t qualify for the “easy button?”
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