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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 harbor

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

Don’t sleep on non-QM products

Now is the perfect time for originators to consider expanding to non-QM products – to grow business, diversify their offerings and to ensure an opportunity to better serve their customers.

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2020 Tech Trendsetter: Dan Mugge

ClosingCorp, Chief Technology Officer

Dan-Mugge
Dan Mugge, Chief Technology Officer, ClosingCorp

With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Dan Mugge is a tech leader with the ability to make complicated concepts understandable for his teammates, clients and the housing industry. As chief technology officer at ClosingCorp, Mugge is responsible for setting the company’s technology strategy and driving its development. Since re-joining the company earlier this year, Mugge has been instrumental in ClosingCorp’s strong operating performance and company growth. The company’s flagship product, ClosingCorp Fees, now has more than 30% market share and has processed more than 8 million fee quotes (including prequal transactions) in the last year. Mugge played a critical role in the completion of the WestVM order management technology platform acquisition from West earlier this year. Since then, he has been able to smoothly integrate the newly acquired technology, now called ClosingCorp Order Management, into the company’s overall product suite. Since launching ClosingCorp Order Management, the company has seen significant growth, with more than 30 lenders, including the onboarding of a top 10 lender, Caliber Home Loans. With Mugge at the helm, the company’s overall client base now includes more than 400 lenders, including 18 of the top 25 largest banks and mortgage companies as well as nine of the top 10 wholesale lenders.

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