The next wave of servicing regulation is coming – Are you ready?

Join this webinar to learn what servicers need to know about recent and upcoming servicing compliance regulations and strategies experts are implementing to prepare for servicing regulatory audits.

In a purchase market, rookie LOs may struggle

Rookie LOs in 2020 could ride the refi wave and rack up a hefty monthly paycheck without Herculean effort. But these days, they'll have to sing for their supper.

Logan Mohtashami on trends in forbearance exits

In this episode of HousingWire Daily, Logan Mohtashami discusses several hot topics in the housing market, including recent trends in forbearance exits and future homebuyer demand in the midst of inventory shortages.

Natural disasters and forbearance: What borrowers and mortgage servicers need to know

With a rise in natural disasters, including wildfires, hurricanes, floods, tornadoes and mudslides. The mortgage industry needs to be proactive in examining programs to help borrowers recover.

Awards

2020 HW Tech100 Real Estate winner: TrustFunds

Converting real estate agents to fully digital process

TrustFunds’ electronic earnest money solution gives agents more time for more life. Integrated into the MLS platform solution, agents request electronic earnest money through TrustFunds quickly, easily, and securely. Agents and trust account holders can then track the earnest money payment every step of the way, from request to settlement. TrustFunds closes the digital gap in the real estate transaction by eliminating the need for agents to chase down paper checks.

  • Processed more than 101,000 earnest money transactions
  • Save an average of 30 minutes per transaction
  • Saved agents 909,000 miles

www.trustfunds.us.com

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