Understanding Today’s Connected Borrower

Sign up for this webinar to learn how to transform the borrower journey from transaction to relationship and gain a significant lift in production in today’s digital lending environment.

The unique challenges facing minority first-time homebuyers

In this episode, we interview Timothy Demry, a real estate agent in San Francisco’s Bay Area, about his experience serving minority first-time homebuyers.

How modernized servicing creates customers for life

Servicers must be powered by nimble technology to be heroes to borrowers, stalwarts to investors, and stewards of consumer protection to regulators.

Savvy lenders are already preparing for the next valley – Here’s how

Despite increased rate of tech adoption, the industry still has room for continued tech development and usage. Read here to learn more about key technologies that lenders need to give more attention to.


2020 HW Tech100 Mortgage Winner: HouseCanary

Technology evaluates more than 500 variables for accurate valuation

With HouseCanary, homebuyers can search, start pre-approvals and transact on 100 million homes, while sellers can estimate potential sales price within 2.5% accuracy. ComeHome by HouseCanary creates an accurate home value because HouseCanary values more than 100 million U.S. homes with a median error of 2.5%. Its technology evaluates more than 500 variables, including view angles, privacy, elevation, lot slope and street noise, and its machine learning recognizes home interior images to value room type, condition and materials, down to countertops and fixtures.

  • HouseCanary’s AVM is one of five AVMs that Fitch has approved for RMBS securitization
  • 98% of all transacted properties valued by HouseCanary fall within Fitch Ratings’ 80% confidence threshold
  • More than half of HouseCanary’s home values merit Fitch’s smallest discount, 2.5%


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Fannie Mae celebrates Single-Family Green MBS milestone

A year after issuing its first Single-Family “Green” MBS on Earth Day 2020, Fannie Mae has now completed 25 transactions for the program, totaling $167 million in bonds backed by mortgages on newly constructed, energy-efficient homes.

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