Solving the Post-Close Challenge with Intelligent Automation

Join our upcoming webinar as SoftWorks AI CEO and Avanze CEO explore the advances in tech that allow for greater levels of automation and cost reduction, especially in support of post-close and pre-fund review.

Spruce’s Patrick Burns on innovation in title technology

In the season finale of Housing News season 5, Spruce CEO discusses heightened investor interest in title tech, innovation and fintech adoption.

Top CFPB official “hates” QM rules, jeopardizing safe harbo

A top CFPB official in charge of the rule-making process has heavily criticized the agency's own qualifying mortgage rule, jeopardizing safe harbor.

How borrower education can make housing more attainable

The current housing market is making it difficult for prospective buyers to afford a home. Housing professionals need to find ways to better meet buyer needs.


2020 HW Tech100 Mortgage Winner: Mortgage Capital Trading

Empowers secondary staff

Mortgage Capital Trading offers multiple technologies that entire secondary marketing departments reside on for automation, which also integrate with leading LOS platforms and third-party systems. It is completely browser-based and accessible from anywhere and any mobile device, empowering secondary staff to efficiently hedge loans, perform best-execution analysis, communicate with investors, initiate bid tape shopping, execute digital whole loan trades and TBAs.

  • More than 350 capital markets departments rely on MCTlive! for daily advisory services, comprehensive reporting, live market color and ongoing education to implement their hedging and execution strategies
  • MCTlive! can eliminate at least one FTE senior secondary marketing person, saving lenders an average of $200k per annum
  • MCTlive! saves a secondary person roughly one day each weekday by helping them do their job more efficiently due to transparency and the ability to quickly execute hedging, loan sales, analytics, and more

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Mortgage forbearance drops to 4.36%, exits pick up steam

The downward trend of borrowers in forbearance picked up speed in the last week of April, falling 11 basis points to 4.36% of servicers’ portfolio volume.

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