Are REOs ready for a comeback?

Are REOs ready for a comeback?

Clear Capital: Increases in distressed, seasonal changes suggest yes

Mortgage application defects keep rising

Michigan, Florida, Texas lead First American application defect index

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: When will mortgage lending pick up?

Plus, more on the future of Fannie and Freddie
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Are REOs ready for a comeback?

Clear Capital: Increases in distressed, seasonal changes suggest yes
A new report from Clear Capital suggests that REOs and short sales may be on the rise again, what with the saturation of distressed properties on the rise, plus some other factors. Worried? Getting cash ready? Read on.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: Sapphire and Pathway

Veros enables easy appraisal submission to the secondary market
Additionally, customers utilizing Sapphire or Pathway solutions — before delivering to these portals — have the ability to utilize a number of automated quality control tools including automated QC order and review rules and upfront appraisal scoring by VeroSCORE to provide a determination of appraisal risk.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: ClosingStream

ServiceLink delivers a seamless closing experience
The ClosingStream solution not only gives consumers the mortgage borrowing experience they want, but it creates efficiencies for the lender. By following ClosingStream’s online delivery and acknowledgement solution, lenders can save up to four days over mail-away disclosure processes.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: Loan HD Enterprise

LoanLogics loan quality and performance analytics platform
The platform incorporates unique innovations to verify and validate loan file data from accurate pricing and eligibility, through the classification and data extraction of submitted loan documents, audit rules automation and structured audit workflows, to servicing on-boarding and loan performance analytics.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: Encompass Product & Pricing Service

Ellie Mae offers a feature-rich automated solution
Using the service also increases users’ bottom line. In fact, a recent MarketWise Advisors ROI study showed that users saw as much as $970 of added value per loan with Encompass. This came about through improved compliance, loan quality and efficiency when using the integrated products and services within the full Ellie Mae suite.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: ConformX

DocuTech provides innovative dynamic document technology
ConformX gives lenders confidence that the final loan product is compliant, since it incorporates automated system defaults and rules-based data population. This automation reduces the possibility of human error in the loan process and also prevents data modification outside of the LOS, since the data is imported directly from the LOS.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: Funding Suite

Cogent Road's next generation credit reporting agency
Creating new solutions that make the operational challenges of purchasing and analyzing credit services easier, more efficient and at lower cost is part of Cogent Road’s DNA. DiPaolo and Alan Baia, the company’s founders, share an office and spend the majority of their workweek conceiving new software functionality and designing systems.
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Mortgage technology product showcase: Aspen iProperty

Aspen Grove Solutions provides advanced business and audit technology
Aspen iProperty’s reporting functions provide the ability to perform audits and view uploaded documentation from vendors, to ensure that all work performed not only meets regulatory guidelines, but also fulfills contractual obligations to the business.
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What the Supreme Court's disparate impact ruling means for lenders

Lower courts have to work out specifics
"The questions become, ‘Do the courts find a distinction between housing policy and lending, as in whether to make a loan and how you price that loan? Does the government get broader discretion than the private sector?’ ” Andreano said. “It’s not fleshed out.”
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