Slideshow AC Conference Focuses on Uncertain Future for Industry

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  • May 02 2012, 11:18am EDT

During NMN's roundtable in Atlantic City, Michael DiSalvio, center, president of MBA of New Jersey, talks about how the mortgage insurance industry has expanded its guidelines, as Jonathan Pinard, left, chairman of Empire State MBA, and Paul Logan, right, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Mortgage Brokers, listen.

Past MBA chairwoman Regina Lowrie warns that there is the potential unintended consequences coming from the large number of new regulations on the books, as Paul Logan, left, and E. Robert Levy, right, executive director of the MBA of NJ/New Jersey Association of Mortgage Brokers, agree.

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Bob Levy and Regina Lowrie share a lighter moment during the NMN roundtable.

Jonathan Pinard comments to Michael DiSalvio that FHA lenders are looking for 700 FICO scores from borrowers, when they really should be serving the 620 borrower.

Paul Logan welcomes private money coming back into the market, but it has to be a gradual transition.

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Rose Ferreia and Kim Zebrowski represented Menlo Park Funding of Edison, N.J.

Residential Home Funding Corp. executive vice presidents Maxine Smith and Brian Pool attended the show for the Parsippany, N.J.-based company.

Gregg Hill, national sales manager, and Janet McGrath-Sittig, vice president and senior title officer, represented T.A. Closing Network, Pittsburgh.

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Egg Harbor City, N.J.-based NCS executive vice president Curtis R. Knuth was a speaker at the show, doing a presentation on the changes to the process for filing 4506-T forms.

David J. Roberts, vice president, operations, staffed the booth of Lenders Allies, an appraisal management company from West Chester, Pa.