A look at Biden’s first week in office

This episode reviews last week’s inauguration of President Joe Biden, examining which housing issues the new administration has already taken action on.

Biden’s executive order will extend foreclosure moratorium

President Biden revealed his plan to sign 17 executive orders his first day in office, including am extension of the eviction and foreclosure moratorium to at least March 31.

If consumers aren’t holding lenders back, then who or what is?

The challenge for lenders and investors is understanding how to meet borrowers where they are without layering on risk or getting bogged down in third-party intermediation.

HomeBridge’s Brian White on diversity at a practical level

HomeBridge's Brian “Woody” White discusses ways to increase diversity within the housing finance industry.

Awards

2020 HW Tech100 Mortgage winner: Class Valuation

Propelling the collateral valuation industry to new heights

Class Valuation has designed tools that will propel the collateral valuation industry to new heights. By creating the industry’s first true Property Fingerprint, the company is now leveraging computer vision to collect more robust and granular data for greater insight into property details than ever before. Class Valuation’s technology will decrease turn-times and increasing transparency and granularity.

  • Hundreds of thousands of homes have been scanned nationwide to date
  • Due to more granular data, higher transparency and decreased confirmation bias, the technology will ultimately improve the accuracy of property data collection
  • Measurements are more accurate, and all aspects of the property are shown with complete transparency.

https://www.classvaluation.com/

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