Thursday marked the second day of the Mortgage Bankers Association National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo in Grapevine, Texas.
HousingWire.com interviewed several industry experts on camera inside the expo hall for the second day.
Most are optimistic the industry will be able to meet the demands of regulators as sweeping changes begin to impact mortgage servicers nationwide. Others found a foothold in trying to sell their products.
Here's a sampling of what's on the mind of servicing professionals:
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Jacob Gaffney is the Editor-in-Chief of HousingWire and HousingWire.com. He previously covered securitization for Reuters and Source Media in London before returning to the United States in 2009. While in Europe for nearly a decade, he covered bank loans and the high yield market, in addition to commercial paper, student loan, auto and credit card space(s). At HousingWire, he began focusing his journalism on all aspects of the housing and mortgage markets.
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