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Bonnie Sinnock

Bonnie Sinnock

Bonnie Sinnock has been writing for National Mortgage News since 1995. She also has worked on other SourceMedia publications as an editor and a reporter.

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High origination volume and increased nonbank participation fueled another banner year for warehouse lenders, according to The Reynolds Group.
The new entity, called Guaranteed Rate Affinity, will primarily originate and market its services to Realogy's real estate brokerage and relocation subsidiaries.
Phyllis Caldwell has put a priority on ensuring the company's board and workforce look more like the borrowers whose mortgages it services.
In the aftermath of enforcement actions, non-executive chair Phyllis Caldwell is directing the special servicer's efforts to diversify its leadership and business model.
Citigroup's plans to sell a $97 billion mortgage servicing portfolio and subservice its remaining accounts highlights the growing prevalence of nondepository servicers and raises questions about how much capacity exists for these institutions to absorb more large deals.
A shortage of appraisers, combined with soaring demand for housing, is causing lengthy delays in Seattle and surrounding markets.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the 20,000 threshold for the first time Wednesday, but the post-election stock market rally has produced a mixed bag for mortgage demand and the industry's publicly traded companies.
Some single-family lenders are ideally trying to move purchase loans from application to funding within 21 days at a time when average timeline is twice as long. Here's why.
From selling servicing rights along with the loans to issuing private-label securities, a host of strategies from the past could return to the market as a result of the new political climate and interest rate environment.
Rising interest rates typically squelch demand for refinancing, leaving lenders to compete for homebuyers' business. But plain-vanilla purchase loans aren't the only saleable products in this rising-rate environment. Here are five other products likely to find demand.
Ginnie Mae, at the urging of the mortgage industry, has revised the wording of the acknowledgment agreements necessary to finance servicing rights. It hopes the move improves Ginnie MSRs' liquidity.
The surge in mortgage rates since the November election is expected to offset the increase to lenders' short-term funding costs following the Federal Open Markets Committee's 25-basis-point increase to the federal funds rate.
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