Meet our incredible 2015 Women of Influence

Meet our incredible 2015 Women of Influence

Announcing 40 leaders driving the housing economy

CFPB to mortgage industry: Get out of MSAs

Industry calls move regulation by enforcement

This is why millennials need a new credit scoring system

Turns out they WANT credit, but just can't GET credit
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This is why millennials need a new credit scoring system

Turns out they WANT credit, but just can't GET credit
Are Millennials interested in obtaining credit after witnessing their families struggle as a result of the recent recession? ID Analytics conducted a study on their credit scores to figure out where they stand. The answer may surprise you.
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The Wrap: Appraisals down alongside mortgage apps

Gap widens between appraisers and owners, appraiser lawsuits and more
Is the “home prices at all-time high” thing hype or hope, as appraisers see it? And why are Llano Financing Group and Carrington Capital Management suing so many appraisers? Plus, will homeowners and appraisers ever see eye-to-eye? Read on.
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Hot Seat: Jack Nunnery, EVP at Texas Capital Bank

Forging stronger ties between correspondent sellers and investors
The specific needs of correspondent lending divisions often get overlooked in the development of mortgage technology solutions. Texas Capital Bank is looking to change that formula with a new correspondent line and platform to forge stronger ties between correspondent sellers and investors in the process.
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From HW Magazine

Women of Influence 2015

HousingWire honors the 40 most influential women in housing
Mere stats don't tell the real story of these outstanding leaders. They represent the whole spectrum of the housing economy, from real estate agents to originators to nonprofits. They lead companies, mentor others and give back to their communities. Read on to find out how each one is inspiring.
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Ellie Mae revenue surges 65%

Beats earnings estimates
Ellie Mae marked another strong quarter on its books, with its second-quarter revenue surging to $65.9 million, up 65% from $40 million for the same period a year ago.
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CFPB to mortgage industry: Get out of MSAs

Industry calls move regulation by enforcement
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants mortgage lenders to stop using marketing services agreements, and it’s using the stick rather than the rules process to do so. The industry says no fair, that's regulation by enforcement. What do you think?
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Regulatory uncertainty, toxic environment drive Wells Fargo, Prospect out of MSAs

Recent RESPA interpretation cited as top concern
Two major players in the mortgage space are discontinuing marketing activities that depend on Marketing Services Agreements because of regulatory uncertainty, recent interpretations of RESPA, and a generally toxic environment because of inconsistent CFPB enforcement. And more are rumored to be dropping MSAs, too. Here's why.
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Trending Thursday: Is the job description “financial press” or “palace guard?”

From the Fed to FannieGate, plus the impact of banking regulations and more
A lot of people are suggesting that many of the mainstays in the financial press aren’t asking the right questions in coverage — from the Fed to FannieGate. Truth, or trolls? Plus credit conditions and the impact of regulations on mortgage banking. Read on, brave soul.
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