Alyssa Stringer

Alyssa Stringer

Alyssa Stringer is the Content Writer for HW Content Solutions and HW Magazine. She joined HousingWire in March of 2018. Alyssa is a journalism graduate from the University of North Texas.

ARTICLES

  • Even with high expectations for digital, homebuyers want a human touch

    Partnering with an independent mortgage broker delivers the expertise buyers are looking for
    Real estate agents provide the high-touch experience buyers need to navigate finding a home and negotiating the final price. By partnering with an independent mortgage broker, agents can give their buyers access to that same kind of personalized service to secure a loan.
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  • Experts will take the stage at engage.marketing to discuss new buyer groups

    Learn what strategies these experts used to attract a diverse group of buyers
    HW designed this engage.marketing session on How to Attract New Buyer Groups to expand business opportunities. Leora Ruzin will sit down with Keosha Burns, vice president of public relations at JPMorgan Chase, Patricia Korth-McDonnell, chief marketing officer at Better.com, and Riffat Lakhani, vice president of marketing at Guidance Residential, to discuss the different ways their companies are serving a diverse group of buyers.
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  • Top performing LOs to speak at engage.marketing

    Panelists will reveal what marketing initiatives are fueling their growth
    In this session on The Originator and Marketing Relationship, Jake Fehling will talk with Lindsey Goins, a top producer for Movement Mortgage, and Ramon Walker, owner of Mount Diablo Lending, to find out what they wish marketers knew about their workflow and how top-performing teams can work together for best results.
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  • Roostify to sponsor engage.marketing

    Powering the digital mortgage experience for nationwide lending institutions
    Tech100 winner and leading digital platform Roostify is sponsoring HousingWire’s second annual engage.marketing event to be held June 13-14 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The event will gather the industry’s top marketing minds in a summit jam-packed with outstanding content designed to help mortgage marketers Play to Win in today’s competitive market.
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  • From HW Magazine

    AAG changes the conversation around the use of home equity

    AAG's new brand message, "Retire Better" focuses on thoughtful and personalized solutions
    Within AAG’s wholesale division, the feedback the company continued to hear from its brokers (some 800+ of them) is that borrowers and family members are still being influenced by old assumptions about HECM products, which have changed significantly since they were introduced by the Reagan administration in 1989. New regulations have improved standards and added safeguards, to further protect older Americans, making home equity mortgages now another option as a strategic financial planning tool for many seniors.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Altisource's suite of products streamlines the HELOC process

    These suite of products meet the evolving needs of loan originators and correspondents
    Altisource, a leading mortgage services provider, offers a suite of products, services and solutions that streamlines the HELOC process, including valuation, title, settlement, tax, end-to-end loan fulfillment, loan certification and insurance — all from a single provider.
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  • Homebot to sponsor 2019 engage.marketing event this June

    A dynamic financial dashboard designed to help homeowners build wealth through their home
    Homebot, a dynamic financial dashboard designed to help homeowners build wealth through their home, is sponsoring HousingWire’s engage.marketing event to be held next month in Charlotte, North Carolina. HousingWire’s second annual event is specifically designed to help attendees win market share, learning from some of the top marketing minds in the mortgage industry. Jam-packed with outstanding content, this day-and-a-half summit will take place June 13-14.
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  • Freddie Mac helps lenders bring self-employed underwriting into the digital age

    Q&A with Andrew Higginbotham on new asset and income modeler and LoanBeam integration
    Determining the stable monthly income used to qualify self-employed borrowers used to be a challenging, tedious, and mostly manual process. Freddie Mac is looking to change that with its new asset and income modeler, and clients are reporting significant improvements. One client reduced the time to approve self-employed borrowers by two thirds, which reduced closing times by about five days.
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  • Former Accenture exec invests in Class Valuation as CEO

    Mike Detwiler looks to accelerate appraisal and valuation turn-times to 24 hours
    HousingWire sat down with Mike Detwiler to discuss his decision to leave Accenture and invest in Class Valuation. The company focuses on Thoughtful Change initiatives which requires coordination and buy-in from lenders, appraisers, service providers like Class, and the GSEs to bring about true modernization.
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