Articles Tagged with ''Technology''

Calyx Software launches borrower loan interview solution Zip

Prospective borrowers can interview online or via a mobile phone device
On Thursday, mortgage software solution provider Calyx Software announced the launch of Zip, a new loan interview platform for loan originators to use with prospective borrowers. Calyx explains that Zip was developed with “today’s borrower in mind,” and allows LOs to interview prospective borrowers via a custom, branded URL.
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Deciphering eJargon: Moving past the buzzwords

Strategically understanding the world of “e”
[Expert commentary] When it comes to understanding the jargon and buzz that surround the world of digital transformation, the world of “e” can certainly seem like learning a new language. Here is a primer for moving past the confusing buzzwords and terminology associated with the digital transformation – and how to take action.
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Your top Millennial myths – and what the generation really wants

Biggest want: technology
There are many myths swirling about what Millennials want out of the home buying experience, and one expert helps sort out the truth from fiction. At the NEXT women’s mortgage tech conference, one panel explained one of the greatest myths surrounding Millennials is their preferred method of communication. Here’s more on what Millennials really want.
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Expert: Construction lending prepares to meet its perfect storm

Trillion-dollar industry greatly underserved
The construction lending industry is ripe for change as it struggles to keep up with the world’s changing technologies. One expert told HousingWire the industry remains in the stone ages when it comes to managing its mortgages. But now, it is preparing for the “perfect storm.”
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How will technology impact loan originators in 2017?

Here are predictions from 5 leaders
In 2016, there was an explosion of new tech-focused lenders, origination platforms, and other tools to help professionals provide consumers with a better experience. This year, loan originators will be the deciding factor in which technologies are adopted — and which die. Here is what five experts have to say about it.
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Ellie Mae: Homebuyers prioritize technology, but still want personal interaction

And it’s not just a Millennial thing
Ellie Mae’s new study shows that homebuyers of all ages are calling for an increase in technology for their home buying experience. While Millennials are the generation with the highest calls for online mortgages, they aren’t the only one. And even Millennials still want the personal touch of a loan officer.
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