Items Tagged with 'Mid America Mortgage'


  • From HW Magazine

    2017 HW Insiders: Michael Cooksey

    Founder at The Cooksey Team, Mid America Mortgage
    As founder of Dallas-based The Cooksey Team, Michael Cooksey has built one of the most successful retail branches for Mid America Mortgage. In 2016, his 42-person team was responsible for $212 million in origination volume – all while embracing Mid America Mortgage’s directive to implement eClosings.
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  • Mid America Mortgage promotes Kara Lamphere to chief operating officer

    Lamphere previously served as director of correspondent lending and chief compliance officer
    "Mid America has been at the forefront of the push towards fully electronic mortgages, and to have played a role in that effort has been both challenging and rewarding. As COO, I am excited for the opportunity to challenge myself further in the industry and to aid Mid America in its continued success," Lamphere said.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 Women of Influence: Kara Lamphere

    Director of Correspondent Lending and Chief Compliance Officer at Mid America Mortgage
    With an eye toward reducing risk and controlling costs, Kara Lamphere provides a unique and innovative perspective that has enabled Mid America to advance the eMortgage and stand out as a leader in digital mortgages. Her work in this area has included helping Mid America successfully execute eClosings and eNotes in its retail and TPO channels.
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  • Mid America buys eNote from North Carolina's first eClosing

    eClosing to be regular option for lenders
    North Carolina performed its first-ever eClosing back in May, marking the first transaction that was a full eClosing. Plus, according to state officials, it won’t be the last. Taking it one step further, Mid America Mortgage announced it purchased the eNote, ensuring the mortgage has an investor.
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  • Mid America Mortgage to correspondent lenders: We'll buy your eNotes

    Recent survey showed dearth of willing investors in digital mortgages
    A recent survey conducted by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac showed that one of the obstacles preventing the mortgage industry from going fully digital is a lack of investors willing to buy digitally created mortgages. But now, there’s one more investor willing to buy a digital mortgage note.
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  • Mid America Mortgage: We’ll buy your defective TRID loans

    Puts out the call for TRID Scratch & Dent loans
    Since the implementation of the CFPB's TRID rule, a trend has begun to emerge for some smaller lenders – investors and aggregators rejecting loan purchases because the loans are not 100% certifiably compliant with TRID. One mortgage company that plans to be there for its fellow lenders is Mid America Mortgage, which stated that its interested in buying “Scratch & Dent” loans with TRID compliance violations.
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