Technology

The Money Source and Endeavor America rebrand, plan for massive growth in 2018

Fintech company launches marketing campaign to challenge industry status quo
Financial services and mortgage company The Money Source announced it has launched a new branding campaign, laying the foundation for its expansion plans for the next five years, including hiring more than 400 new employees and a total homeownership technology platform to market in early 2018.
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CitiMortgage launches single digital origination platform

Signs agreements with Digital Risk, Black Knight
Citibank announced Monday agreements with two digital technology platforms to offer its new single digital platform for its clients. The new digital capabilities will allow CitiMortgage clients to complete the full loan cycle, from research to application, processing, scheduling appraisals, handing title, to closing through one digital platform.
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2018: The year of the title company

Why real estate professionals can’t afford to continue with business as usual
The real estate industry made significant movement this year toward improved communications between all the professionals and consumers that are required for a property sale. At the core of this is a concerted effort by the title industry to apply technology to modernize and upgrade the closing process.
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Your top 10 HMDA questions answered: Part 10

How should LOS providers differentiate to help lenders today?
The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act deadline looms closer, but many questions still remain unanswered. In this 10th and final part of the series, experts discuss how LOS providers should differentiate to help lenders today.
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Beyond the digital POS: Time to focus on the underwriter

2017 will go down as the year of the customer experience
If 2016 was the year of compliance, then 2017 will go down as the year of the customer experience. Lost in all of the excitement, however, is the disconnect between the digital consumer experience and the cobbled together, often manual processes, that make up the back-end of the mortgage process.
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The disruption of the mortgage industry has begun

What lenders do now will determine whether they succeed or fail in 2018
[Sponsored Content] For the past decade or so, executives in the mortgage industry have been looking at new mortgage technologies as the source of our coming disruption, first from companies operating within our space and later to fintech firms eager to cash in on a business that had avoided change for too long. While we were watching mortgage tech’s shiny new objects, disruption caught us by surprise.
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Quicken Loans brings Rocket Mortgage to Amazon Prime homeowners

Speedy and secure payments promised
Alexa can order you an Uber to take you to the grocery store, or you can ask Alexa to reorder groceries to be delivered. Alexa can also tell you when your Capital One credit card maxes out. And now Alexa can make your Quicken Loans Rocket Mortgage payment for you, quickly and securely.
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Jim Portner joins Cloudvirga as chief product officer

Mortgage automation provider adds industry vet Portner
Industry vet Jim Portner brings more than two decades of experience to mortgage automation platform developer Cloudvirga, where he will oversee product strategy, development and marketing for the company’s digital mortgage automation platforms. 
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Your top 10 HMDA questions answered: Part 2

Do HMDA changes lay a foundation for a new reporting system by 2020?
The Home Mortgage Disclosure Act deadline looms closer, but many questions still remain unanswered. In part two of this HMDA series, experts answer: Do the HMDA changes lay the foundation for a new reporting system to be in place by January 2020? If so, what does this process look like?
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