Nate Shultz is vice president of regulatory risk for TMS, one of the nation’s largest and fastest
growing independent mortgage banks. Previously, he served as Business Development
Manager for the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, where he was responsible for the
growth of CHFA’s single family business line.
[Op-ed] Chances are, as mortgage lenders, you have heard some discussion in recent months about the Federal Housing Administration commissioner (or the lack of one) at HUD. So, what, exactly, is an FHA commissioner and why is it so difficult to get someone into that position?
The 2018 Rising Stars represent the best young leaders in the mortgage industry. Many of our 46 winners are leading companies as C-level executives, making strategic decisions for their organizations or developing new and inventive ways to get things done. Others are contributing through product development, data management or finding new ways to engage with consumers. Across the board, their efforts and accomplishments are influencing the present and future course of our industry.
The multiple characteristics of blockchain make it an incredibly attractive mechanism across industries. It provides an unchangeable, time-stamped ledger that allows for real-time and simultaneous input. It is the perfect set-up for industries where transactions are routinely moved from entity to entity or business to business and where records need to be verified and audited. Naturally, therefore, in the world of title and real estate, blockchain provides an incredibly innovative platform.
It has been proven time and time again that companies that make an investment in workplace culture attract the industry’s best talent and achieve greater success. For leaders who want to see their business grow to the next level, the solution is to focus on building a great culture — a culture of excellence.