Do you live for mortgage lending? HereÕ where all the money is going

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There’s so much happening in mortgage lending these days; digital advances are keeping the landscape ever changing.

That’s why I asked a panel of experts to breakdown all the differing aspects into one, free webinar for our HousingWire readers who live in mortgage lending.

[Register for free, right here.]

Mortgage lending is awash with capital right now and we’re going to explain it all tomorrow with a slideshow presentation that exceeds 40 slides; just for HousingWire readers!

Did you know that mortgage lenders that invest in fintech typically yield 3X greater growth than mortgage lenders that don't?

What are some front-end and back-end strategies mortgage lenders can employ to catch up? Adam Stein, CEO of LoanTek, will explain.

Is the For Sale By Owner trend really a threat? What does the latest real estate investor look like? Can Millennials be drawn into the housing market?

Daren Blomquist, Senior Vice President, Communications and economist for ATTOM Data Solutions, will give a talk covering this.

Do down payment assistance programs make for riskier loans? Should you be offering one of these programs? Tony Wicke, vice president of sales at Land Home Financial Services will explain his firm’s logic behind the company's decision to do so.

Be sure to sign up, we’re going live at 1pm CST tomorrow, hope to see you there! If you sign up and can't make the event, no problem, we'll email the re-broadcast details for you to watch later.

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