Let Valuation Tech Help Improve Your Collateral Valuation

Join this webinar to learn how technological advancements in valuation provide solutions to help lenders and servicers deliver more comprehensive offerings to their clients.

Talking proptech with FinLedger Director Holden Page

In this episode, Page discusses the hottest topics coming across FinLedger’s news desk. Topics include: the online banking market, what’s happening in the proptech space and recent private market deals.

With a reinvigorated CFPB, what’s next for the NYDFS?

While the CFPB is reinvigorated under the Biden administration, there’s plenty of room for it to retake a leading role and coordinate with the NYDFS.

Does your CRM hurt or help the customer experience?

In real estate, data is king. The more you leverage your own data the better off your agents or loan officers will be because they’ll be able to identify, target and create better customer experiences.

Awards

2019 Woman of Influence: ​​​​​​​June Babiracki Barlow

California Association of Realtors senior vice president and general counsel

F1As general counsel and senior vice president for the California Association of Realtors, the state’s largest trade association, June Babiracki Barlow is a legal counselor who has a deep understanding of the business of real estate.

For over two decades, she has led a team of highly trained attorneys who help real estate professionals to succeed in their businesses and manage their risks. Simply put, Barlow’s work improves people’s lives. After the devastating 2018 California wildfires, her legal department moved quickly to complete the groundwork for the C.A.R. Disaster Relief Fund, a charity which accepts donations and offers housing assistance grants to those who lost their homes in the tragic fires. In the same year, she worked to create a new legal foundation, Californians for Homeownership, that represents the interests of Californians in need of affordable housing and fights Not in My Backyard policies. Due to the housing affordability crisis in California, middle and lower-income families in the state must often devote half of their income to paying rent, which leaves little money for other necessities such as food, healthcare and transportation. Younger Californians cannot become homeowners and attain the security and wealth-building benefits that their parents experienced.

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Will we ever see a “normal” housing market again?

The question on everyone’s minds: When will this hot housing market cool down? Arch MI investigates this and more in its Spring Housing and Mortgage Market Review.

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