Items Tagged with 'Ellie Mae'


From HW Magazine

Ellie Mae's Millennial Tracker prepares lenders to serve young homebuyers

Provides insight into lending trends
The mortgage industry is poised to experience a monumental shift as more Millennial homebuyers begin to enter the market. There are roughly 87 million would-be homebuyers in the Millennial generation and 91% of them say they intend to own a home one day. Lenders must prepare today to meet their needs.
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The new normal: Time to close settles at 46 days

Ellie Mae report suggests TRID issues are calming down
After rising, falling, and rising again in the wake of the implementation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule, the time to close a mortgage loan appears to finally be settling into a new normal – about a month and a half.
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Ellie Mae's CSO joins NTSC Board of Directors

Selim Aissi joins as a founding board member
Ellie Mae’s chief security officer just joined the National Technology Security Coalition’s Board of Directors. Here’s what Aissi brings to the board, who’s goal is to forge a coalition of information security stakeholders to reverse the disruption to information systems.
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From HW Magazine

Ellie Mae's TPO Connect allows seamless collaboration with lenders

Offers TPOs engaging web experience
A customizable, two-way web experience, Encompass TPO Connect allows lenders to work more collaboratively with their third-party origination partners to ensure efficiency, compliance, and data integrity throughout the loan process.
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Time to worry? Time to close a loan ticking back up

Or is this the new normal?
In the months immediately after the implementation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures rule, the time to close a mortgage loan rose as the industry worked through the new and complex process surrounding the dissemination of loan information to borrowers. Since then, closing times fell, but now they're on the way back up, which begs the question: Is this the start of a trend? Or is this just the new normal?
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