Dec 5, 2019 1:00:00 PM
Oct 29, 2019 9:42:35 AM
You’ve probably heard it from countless lending professionals- Social Media is the next great way to help generate mortgage leads. And they’re right, but with the loan origination process costly enough as it is, how can you curate awesome social media leads without hurting your bottom line? While there may not be a ‘silver bullet’ solution, here are a few ways social media can help you generate mortgage leads for free:
Oct 22, 2019 9:07:06 AM
Soon, Fannie Mae's Day 1 Certainty program will be turning three years old. At the outset, the validation program was widely known for its ability to offer lenders freedom from reps and warrants. But today, it turns out there’s a whole lot more to the benefits of Day 1 Certainty than lenders initially thought.
Jul 24, 2019 9:27:00 AM
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May 31, 2019 3:16:06 PM
When you're a mortgage pro you rarely get to sit back and relax for long. There's always a change coming your way to handle. The upcoming revision of the Uniform Residential Loan Application (URLA) is one of them.
Apr 30, 2019 9:42:59 AM
Digital mortgage discussions are everywhere! Blogs, news, and trade shows can't stop talking about them and their impact on the current and future mortgage industry.
What are consumers saying and feeling about digital mortgages? What are the benefits and the drawbacks? We've compiled a list of the best, most up-to-date statistics available to shed more light on this important mortgage trend.
STATISTICS TO KNOW
Millennials account for 36% of homebuyers in the market.
More than 50% of all loan applications in the past two years included some online or mobile component.
67% of those with an existing home loan would feel comfortable completing a home loan application on a laptop or desktop computer, and 29% would be comfortable using a mobile device.
More than 30% of borrowers reported not comparison shopping for their mortgage.
Apr 23, 2019 10:35:37 AM
As part of its business, Equifax reports publicly available civil judgment and tax lien information about consumers. However, in multiple class action lawsuits filed across the United States, plaintiff-consumers alleged that while Equifax promptly reported civil judgment and tax lien information, Equifax did not update cancelled or satisfied judgments and liens with similar vigor or regularity.
Mar 8, 2019 2:26:58 PM
Topics: Mortgage Lending
Jan 22, 2019 1:11:43 PM
This article was originally posted at Washington's Top News by U.S. News and World Report, and can be accessed here.
If you’re one of the 800,000 federal employees who are not getting paid during the government shutdown, you’re in a tough spot, for sure.
Most likely, you’ve morphed into survival mode, which may or may not include thinking about your credit score. I totally get that. But what if I told you it’s possible to get through this with an (almost) intact credit score?