Items Tagged with 'Certified Mortgage Planner'

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  • In This Corner: Ellie Mae's Chief Strategy Officer Jonathan Corr

    Jonathan Corr is Chief Strategy Officer for Ellie Mae, an award-winning provider of innovative software and services for the mortgage industry. He is an expert in loan origination technologies, paperless mortgages and marketing automation solutions. In this edition of In This Corner, Jonathan discusses a new software developed by Ellie Mae and how bankers use technology in today's financial climate. HW: What is new with Ellie Mae?
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  • Industry Think Tank Grows

    Mortgage Spirit's Gold Member Program, a think tank focused on rebuilding the mortgage industry, just added credit reporting service, Advantage Credit, to the ranks of its independent service professionals already involved in the forum. These professionals -- often like-minded in corporate values -- collaborate in order to provide products that increase efficiency and reduce operating costs within the mortgage banking industry.
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  • Florida Considers Capping Mortgage Brokers' Fees

    Mortgage brokers are certainly enduring their fair share of criticism throughout this mess -- invective that is clearly deserved on some levels -- but, for all the slings and arrows tossed their way thus far, few brokers have yet seen their ability to earn legislated into a box. If the Florida Office of Financial Regulation gets its way, however, mortgage brokers in the Sunshine State may soon face caps on how much they can charge per transaction.
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  • Mortech Pushes Lead Generation for Smaller Mortgage Businesses

    Lincoln, Neb.-based Mortech Inc., a mortgage technology software company known for its flagship product Marksman, last week announced the release of Leadmark. The new system condenses the Marksman product and pricing capabilities as well as its lead management system in a platform geared toward smaller mortgage businesses and other online mortgage lead purchasers. The platform allows lenders to process up to 100 monthly leads for a price tag as low as $149 per month.
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  • First Houston Changes Its Name to Envoy Mortgage

    First Houston Mortgage, a mortgage-banking firm licensed in 20 states that offers expertise in every aspect of the residential mortgage lending process, said last week that it had changed its corporate name to Envoy Mortgage. As part of the company's effort to rebrand itself from a regional company to a national lending organization, First Houston Mortgage's leadership felt a name change would more appropriately reflect this corporate expansion.
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