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Controlling Origination Costs Begins with the LOS

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CFPB May Be the Best Thing Ever for Independent Mortgage Bankers

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CFPB Complaint Plan Invites Abuses, Assures Higher Costs

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Supreme Court NLRB Decision Has Ripple Effects for Lenders

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It's What Your Loan Officers Say that Matters

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This Is Why Mortgage Credit Standards Have to Be Lowered

Passing the CFPB Servicing File Test

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The QM Safe Harbor Just Became Less 'Safe'

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Dave Brat Fudges the 'Blame Fannie and Freddie' Narrative

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CFPB Disregards Employment Classification to Find Kickbacks

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The Most Important Thing About Originating Non-QM Loans

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HMDA Data Offers Clues on Discrimination Against Gays

What's at Stake in Supreme Court Mortgage Rescission Case

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It's What You Don't Hear About the CFPB that Can Hurt You

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A Reminder of the Risks from Lending Through Third Parties

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Why Today's Mortgage Market May Be Worse Than After the Collapse

Ready to Close, or Are We?

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What Small Mortgage Lenders Can Learn from Credit Card Settlement

AMCs Must Manage the Profit Squeeze

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Proposed Fix for QM Helps, but Falls Short of Needed Clarity

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Readers Share Insights on GSE Reform, Keating's Legacy, Fracking

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GSE Reform Debate Gives New Meaning to 'Political Capital'

The Unease over Quantitative Easing

The Fatal Flaw in the Johnson-Crapo GSE Reform Bill

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Johnson-Crapo Bill: Flawed Resolution to an Interminable Situation

GSE Reform Bill Falls Short of Assuring Small Lenders Survive

Why LO Comp 'Pick-A-Pay' gets Picked On (Part One)

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Industry Victory on Flood Insurance Will Be Taxpayers' Loss

Mini-Correspondent Is a Bright Idea—Don't Mess This One Up

Maybe You Should Think About Being a Mini-Correspondent

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