Items Tagged with 'Underwriting'

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  • Trying to match staffing with production or acquisition volume? Outsourcing could be the solution

    Evolve Mortgage Services offers end-to-end solutions, including on-shore underwriting expertise, to help lenders scale
    Paul Anselmo, founder and CEO of Evolve Mortgage Services, explains how mortgage lenders are leveraging Evolve's expert outsourcing — including non-QM underwriting — to grow and scale their businesses.
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  • [Pulse] What's an underwriter doing at a marketing conference?

    Why every single person in the loan transaction should get involved in marketing
    That's the question I was asked at least five times while attending HousingWire's engage.marketing conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, last week. My response: Yes, why not? Marketing applies to the entire mortgage loan origination process, and underwriting is a large piece of customer satisfaction. Here's why I think marketing is the subject matter of every mortgage employee of today and the future.
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  • Equifax, FICO to partner to offer banks access to more consumer data

    Companies announce plans to package services to enhance consumer credit reporting
    Equifax and FICO credit score creator Fair Isaac are partnering to offer banks access to more consumer data. The companies started pitching each other's services earlier this month and announced their partnership Wednesday, according to The Wall Street Journal. Now, they will promote one another's offerings and sometimes approach clients together.
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  • Hunt Real Estate Capital buys RealtyMogul's proprietary loan underwriting program

    Hunt plans to use software in its commercial real estate lending business
    Hunt Real Estate Capital, which offers financing for all types of commercial real estate, will soon have a new underwriting system to help it originate those loans, as the company is buying a proprietary loan underwriting system from RealtyMogul. Here's more on the deal.
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  • The evolving role of chief compliance officers in selecting technology and vendors

    Digital food for thought
    [Expert commentary] The digital mortgage promise is compelling: new technology and better workflow to meet all needs and requirements — all built for compliance and protecting participants from unnecessary risk but it's not guaranteed. As technology is evaluated and implemented, chief compliance officers must have a seat at the table.
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  • Jay Kingsley addresses the disconnect between the digital experience and manual underwriting processes

    CoreLogic's AutomatIQ Borrower gives lenders a single integrated solution to improve underwriting
    There is a disconnect between the digital consumer experience and the more fragmented, manual processes that continue to slow down and increase underwriting costs. Jay Kingsley, executive for credit solutions at CoreLogic, discusses how his company's AutomatIQ Borrower pulls all the disparate borrower underwriting tools together into one integrated solution delivered from one provider.
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  • Relax, underwriters, it’s just rural

    How to maximize appraisal underwriting approvals in rural markets
    Recently, the rural housing landscape has sparked discussion about its lending, affordable housing availability, housing shortages and outreach to underserved demographics. A spotlight has been cast on the rural space with questions probing why rural properties often face excessive underwriting conditions for appraisal issues and how rural lending can be increased to differentiate an organization.
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  • Digital lending platform LenderClose secures new investment to power growth

    Iowa-based company will hire 25 new employees
    LenderClose, a digital lending platform for credit unions and community banks, is ready to plot the next stage of its growth thanks to a new investment from Next Level Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in growing companies based in Iowa. The company did not make the specific financial details available, but the company said that it plans to use the money to hire 25 new employees.
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