Items Tagged with 'Chase Home Lending'

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  • The shifting landscape: Top lenders share insight on attracting today's borrowers

    Highlights from HousingWire's engage.marketing conference
    Depending on how you look at it, the wave of Millennial homebuyers is either already happening or may not happen at all. Either way, the face of the mortgage borrower is changing. It may not be changing as fast as we once thought, but change is happening. And all across the industry, mortgage companies are working to be in a position to capitalize on that change, in whatever form it takes.
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  • JPMorgan Chase settles class action suit, will give equal parental leave to mothers and fathers

    Bank will pay $5 million to fathers who were denied primary caregiver leave
    JPMorgan Chase already has a gender-neutral parental leave policy, gives primary caregivers 16 weeks of paid parental leave, and gives non-primary caregivers six weeks of paid parental leave. But if a proposed class-action settlement goes through, fathers who are JPMorgan Chase employees will soon also be able to claim primary caregiver status and take 16 weeks of paid parental leave.
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  • Marketer Intel: Keosha Burns with Chase Home Lending on reaching new buyer groups

    Mortgage marketers should be consumers of their own content if they expect it to resonate
    In this installment of Marketer Intel, we talk with Keosha Burns, head of public relations at Chase Home Lending, on the challenges of reaching new buyer groups, specifically Millennials. Keosha built her career in Washington, D.C., joining the industry at the Financial Services Roundtable, then working for nearly five years as the senior manager of media and external relations at Fannie Mae. In her current role at Chase, she leads PR strategy and has an extra passion for first-time homebuyers.
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  • Chase guarantees it will close a mortgage in 21 days or it’ll give you $1,000

    Rolls out new loan closing guarantee program for customers
    Chase Home Lending now claims it can close on a borrower’s mortgage in as little as three weeks and it’s putting its money where its mouth is to back up that claim. Chase announced recently that it is rolling out a program called “Closing Guarantee” for its existing customers. Through the program, the bank promises to close a mortgage in 21 days, and if the bank doesn’t close on the loan in the timeframe, it will pay the borrower $1,000.
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  • Moody’s downgrades JPMorgan prime jumbo residential mortgage loans

    But Chase says new rating based on incomplete information
    Moody’s announced it is downgrading its assessment for JPMorgan Chase’s jumbo residential mortgage originator from strong to above average. This change was driven by a significant increase in loans acquired from Chase’s correspondents with delegated underwriting authority. But Chase disputed the downgrade, saying it was based on insufficient information.
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  • Chase: Home confidence levels reach four-year high

    Survey reveals most think a home is still a great investment
    Chase Home Lending has partnered with Pulsenomics to launch a housing confidence index designed to gauge how Americans feel about the housing market. New survey data reveals homeowners and renters are feeling pretty good about the market right now, and most think it's worth investing in a home.
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  • JPMorgan Chase picks Black Knight to power its home equity originations

    Will use LoanSphere Empower to originate home equity loans
    JPMorgan Chase may be using Roostify to power its digital mortgage application process on the front-end, but the megabank will be using Black Knight to power its home equity loan originations. Black Knight announced Wednesday that JPMorgan Chase will be using its LoanSphere Empower loan origination system as the backbone of the bank’s home equity originations business.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 HW Vanguard: Mike Weinbach

    Chief Executive Officer at Chase Home Lending
    Chase Home Lending CEO Mike Weinbach has built a reputation among his colleagues for a relentless focus on his team members and the customers they serve. Weinbach is overseeing the continued development of Chase Home Lending’s digital mortgage experience. Earlier this year, the bank announced plans to launch a digital, self-serve mortgage platform.
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