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  • Underused eMortgages are part of the solution: SigniaDocs

    When I began my eMortgage presentation at the Mortgage Bankers Association technology convention last month in Hollywood, Fla., I told the audience that many of us who have been working in the eMortgage world have been predicting since 2001 that we expected mainstream adoption in three to five years. The kicker is that it still may be true after 10 years – mainstream adoption still seems to be several years away.
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  • Head in the Cloud (Computing)

    Technology amazes me. To think that something so very complex can be made accessible and useful to so many is really astounding. To me, this is the real age of enlightenment. Giving people access to computing power without forcing them to understand how it works is bigger than the printing press. History will support me in this, I think.
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  • Printing More Money as a Capital Illusion

    "And I promise to every Floridian that you will all be RICH!! Because we're gonna print some more money! Why didn't anybody ever think of this before??!!" -- Nathan Explosion, Metalocalypse In this episode for the Adult Swim animated series, the front man of Dethklok -- an unrealistically high-earning metal band described as the "world's seventh largest economy" -- feels as newly-elected governor of Florida that his quantitative easing approach to a slumping economy will deliver huge results.
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  • Cogent's Funding Suite Adds Paperless Abilities

    San Diego-based Cogent Road upgraded its Funding Suite credit report management software with “digital document delivery” — a streamlined method for distributing and organizing mortgage origination documents. The software lets originators submit borrower documents to credit reporting agencies in four ways — PC upload, electronic faxing via a bar-coded fax cover sheet, virtual printing and scanning — eliminating the need for traditional fax machine-based communications.
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  • Fully Automated, Early Disclosure Solution Unveiled

    Wolters Kluwer Financial Services' new Disclosure Manager Solution will enable institutions to comply with the new Truth-in-Lending Act (Regulation Z) through a single, secure, electronic system, the company said today. On May 8, the Federal Reserve Board finalized its early disclosure rules within Regulation Z, which are meant to ensure consumers receive disclosures explaining the cost of a mortgage earlier in the lending process. Wolters Kluwer says its system offers the first complete solution for automating the entire early disclosure process.
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  • Where's your money safe?

    It may not be the Second Great Depression, but it's the most severe economic contraction most of us have seen in our lifetimes. While we haven't experienced the bread lines stretching around the corner or general despondency seen in the Depression-era '30s, we have experienced significant losses of personal wealth, savings, retirement funds, homes, jobs and peace of mind.
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  • Blame game, redux

    So it's been awhile -- you know, since this whole subprime debacle morphed into uncontained financial chaos? Remember early on when everyone was trying to peg blame on someone for this mess, and it was considered edgy to say that Wall Street didn't know what it was doing? Sure you do. What I want to know now is what you think about the blame game -- after all that's taken place. Who's really to blame for this mess? Is it still greedy homeowners? Greedy bankers? Greedy insurers? Hedgies?
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  • 'Intense Recession' Through Spring say Analysts

    An "intense recession" is likely through the spring, The Conference Board, a non-profit organization which makes economic-based forecasts and assesses trends, said Monday, citing its index of leading economic indicators. The index is designed to forecast economic activity six to nine months ahead. In November, the index fell 0.4 percent.
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  • Tech Roundup: Overture Gets $6 Million Investment

    Overture Technologies, the Bethesda, Md.-based provider of software solutions that enable transparent, accurate and responsive lending processes, announced last week it had closed $6 million in funding led by Capital Trust Ventures. The company said financing will be used to support market expansion to meet urgent and increasing demand for the company’s financial decisioning solutions serving the mortgage and education lending industries.
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