Staying prepared in a changing mortgage market

Interest rates, origination volume and profit margins are constantly shifting based on a variety of factors, and it takes an efficient and intelligent operation to stay on top of it all. Most lenders react, rather than act, to changes in the environment. 
Join MBA Chief Economist Mike Fratantoni and MCT COO Phil Rasori as they outline the different business cycles and how lenders can set a foundation of resilience to changing markets. Additionally, get a look ahead to what we can expect for 2022.

Sponsored by: Mortgage Capital Trading
Date & Time: January 20, 11 a.m. CT (if you can’t make this time, register and we’ll provide on demand!)

Panelists

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Mike Fratantoni
Chief Economist, Senior Vice President, Research and Industry Technology,
MBA

Phil Rasori
COO,
Mortgage Capital Trading

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