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Talking proptech with FinLedger Director Holden Page

In this episode, Page discusses the hottest topics coming across FinLedger’s news desk. Topics include: the online banking market, what’s happening in the proptech space and recent private market deals.

With a reinvigorated CFPB, what’s next for the NYDFS?

While the CFPB is reinvigorated under the Biden administration, there’s plenty of room for it to retake a leading role and coordinate with the NYDFS.

Does your CRM hurt or help the customer experience?

In real estate, data is king. The more you leverage your own data the better off your agents or loan officers will be because they’ll be able to identify, target and create better customer experiences.

Awards

2020 HW Tech100 Mortgage winner: Common Securitization Solutions by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

Increasing secondary mortgage market liquidity

The CSS Common Securitization Platform helps increase secondary mortgage market liquidity through the uniform mortgage-backed security by functioning as one common, flexible technological and operational platform to store, process and transmit the large volume of data required to administer 1 million securities representing $4.8 trillion unpaid principal balance. As the agent for issuance of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae single-family mortgage-backed securities, CSS built and operates the CSP for release of related loan and security-level disclosures, and ongoing administration of mortgage securities. The CSP consists of five modules: Data Acceptance, Issuance Support, Bond Administration, Tax and Disclosure.

  • Through the CSP, CSS has administered between $125 billion and $175 billion of monthly issuance volume and direct payments on securities.
  • Tradeweb reports MBS volumes on its trading platform alone are up a significant 28.6% year-to-date.
  • Since the start of forward trading in March 2019, more than $18 trillion in UPB of securities have traded, making the combined TBA market second only to the market for U.S. Treasuries in size and liquidity.

www.commonsecuritization.com

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