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Economic growth and lasting positive change within the mortgage industry require carefully considered strategy and close analysis of potential scenarios, not hastily-conceived executive orders.
Spokane has an estimated 500 abandoned homes in some stage of foreclosure, which city officials call zombie properties.
International Document Services has updated its idsDoc technology to support upcoming changes to Home Mortgage Disclosure Act reporting.
The mortgage lending industry may not yet be ready to share the market with marketplace lenders, but their choices are slim: Either get on board or get out of the way.
The American Land Title Association is calling on state governments to support regulations that recognize and authorize remote electronic notarizations.
JPMorgan Chase has partnered with fintech firm Roostify to build a digital self-service mortgage platform that will allow consumers to upload and electronically sign mortgage documents.
Black Knight Financial Services has launched a new tool that identifies potential liabilities to reduce title insurers' claims.
Zeus Mortgage in Houston is positioning its new online crowdfunding platform as an alternative to traditional mortgages for property buyers and others having trouble borrowing to remodel homes or fund construction projects.
Fannie Mae is making technological updates and implementing policy and operational changes as part of an effort to improve servicing.
Property valuation firm LRES has launched a new service that provides mortgage servicers with comprehensive lien alerts.
While lenders support the intent of a proposal to encourage the growth of private flood insurance, they claim a regulatory proposal doesn't give lenders enough flexibility and remains too complicated.
Mortgage software provider Ellie Mae reported a 126% increase in net income during the fourth quarter, driven by an increase in users and loan volume.
Renovate America, one of the largest providers of Property Assessed Clean Energy loans, is expanding into unsecured lending.
Ellie Mae has launched a new version of its Encompass mortgage management product, which features expanded support for construction loans and streamlined integrations with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Home improvement lender EnerBank USA expects half of its loans will be originated on the app it built in-house, which promises near-instant approvals.
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