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No Easy Task: "We still have some capacity in the market to grow originations because consumers have been locked out of home equity, so we're trying to break rocks there in offering opportunities there that aren't touched by the banks," LoanDepot CFO Bryan Sullivan says.
BY Kate Berry
Bryan Sullivan, the CFO at LoanDepot, talks about its growth prospects without fuel from an initial public offering, how getting consumers to opt for home equity lines of credit is tough, and why he considers the nonbank a disruptor.
Mortgage rates remained steady during the week ending Nov. 25, according to Freddie Mac's Primary Mortgage Market Survey.  more »
Commercial mortgages bundled into securities will keep seeing their underwriting standards deteriorate from this year into 2016, said JPMorgan analysts in a report Wednesday.  more »
The Federal Housing Finance Agency said Wednesday that conforming loan limits for mortgages purchased by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will remain at existing levels except in 39 high-cost counties.  more »
The percentage of mortgage applications with defects declined in October, according to First American Financial Corp.  more »
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