A look at Biden’s first week in office

This episode reviews last week’s inauguration of President Joe Biden, examining which housing issues the new administration has already taken action on.

Biden’s executive order will extend foreclosure moratorium

President Biden revealed his plan to sign 17 executive orders his first day in office, including am extension of the eviction and foreclosure moratorium to at least March 31.

If consumers aren’t holding lenders back, then who or what is?

The challenge for lenders and investors is understanding how to meet borrowers where they are without layering on risk or getting bogged down in third-party intermediation.

HomeBridge’s Brian White on diversity at a practical level

HomeBridge's Brian “Woody” White discusses ways to increase diversity within the housing finance industry.

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2019 HW Tech100 winner: PeerStreet

3 core technology platforms

F1

PeerStreet has three core technology platforms, one for investors, another for lenders and a third for underwriting loans – all under one operating system.

Through its technology for investors, PeerStreet’s system allows them to invest in real estate debt on an intuitive, easy-to-use platform. Investors can choose individual properties and view detailed investment metrics. Its technology for lenders not only connects them to the global capital markets through its platform, F1but it also offers a comprehensive suite of tools and technology to help them compete more effectively. Finally, PeerStreet’s third technology platform removes the hassle out of processing loans, from managing loan tapes, monitoring loans as they move through the diligence process, and providing constant support via PeerStreet’s real estate analysts.

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