What to expect at HousingWire’s Spring Summit

The focus of the Summit is The Year-Round Purchase Market. Record low rates led to a banner year for mortgage lenders in 2020, and this year is expected to be just as incredible.

Increasing lending and servicing capacity – regardless of rates

Business process outsourcing and digital transformation are proven solutions that more companies in the mortgage industry are turning to. Download this white paper for more.

HousingWire's 2021 Spring Summit

We’ve gathered four of the top housing economists to speak at our virtual summit, a new event designed for HW+ members that’s focused on The Year-Round Purchase Market.

An Honest Conversation on minority homeownership

In this episode, Lloyd interviews a senior research associate in the Housing Finance Policy Center at the Urban Institute about the history and data behind minority homeownership.

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2017 Rising Stars: Alec Hanson

Vice President of Regional Production at loanDepot's imortgage division

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Alec Hanson joined loanDepot in 2010, managing three branches and 65 employees. His volume has since grown 225% and branch infrastructure has grown 456% — now including 14 total branches.

Hanson spent years in production as a nationally ranked, top 1% loan originator, organically creating top-producing branches for large, national lenders and he now coaches many loan officers. In addition to being the No. 1 rookie originator in 2005, according to Mortgage Originator, he has been a top percentage producer annually and has received numerous loanDepot President’s Club awards.

Hanson was an active part of the Orange County and Newport Beach Associations of Realtors when he was a loan originator. In 2010, he joined the board of directors for the breast cancer awareness group, Barbells for Boobs, to honor his mother who has breast cancer. The group raises $2 million to $4 million a year and grants the money to a variety of major foundations such as Susan G. Komen. 

Hanson picWHAT IS ONE HABIT THAT HAS HELPED YOU SUCCEED?

Undeniably the single most important habit that led to my success is a relentless work ethic. If you want to be successful, you have to work extremely hard. You also have to be tenacious in seeking feedback and in finding ways to improve your performance by learning from those who came before. 

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