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Fannie Mae has delayed the roll out of its new automated underwriting system that will require mortgage lenders to use trended data for the first time in submitting their loans for approval.
Black Knight Financial Services, in its second deal as a publicly traded company, has bought business analytics firm Motivity Solutions.
Mortgage servicers have failed to make significant investments in technology and compliance systems, resulting in substantial harm to consumers, according to a report issued Wednesday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Bank of America's newest service allows consumers to track their loan status online.
Optimal Blue will be acquired by private equity firm GTCR in a deal that makes Mortgagebot founder and tech veteran Scott Happ CEO of the Texas-based product and pricing engine software vendor.
Sales growth was the top reason lenders gave for investing in new technology, according to a new study from sales automation software firm Velocify.
Mortgage lenders that embrace social media are going to great lengths to ensure their activities remain compliant with truth in lending regulations. But even lenders that shun social media must take steps to avoid marketing compliance risks.
Longstanding mortgage advertising rules are taking on new meaning in the age of digital marketing.
ICBA Mortgage has expanded its relationship with DH Corp. to offer Independent Community Bankers of America members access to the MortgageBot loan origination system.
Without the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau setting specific debt collection guidelines — including what technology agencies can use — the industry will continue a practice that harms consumers: lawsuits.
The Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization plans to simplify its membership structure, the Mortgage Bankers Association said.
Bank of America will move its mortgage servicing back onto Black Knight Financial Services' LoanSphere MSP servicing system of record.
Arjun Sirrah takes great pride in his company's national-level success as a community bank in Connecticut competing against digital lending startups in student loan refinancing. Now, his Darien Rowayton Bank plans to bring its tech-based approach to the mortgage market.
LenderLive has reorganized its various business divisions under two new units — LenderLive Network and LenderLive Services.
Little Rock, Ark.-based startup Mortgage Peer Network was chosen as one of 10 companies to participate in FIS' VC FinTech Accelerator Program.
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