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In 2017, Freddie Mac introduced its new automated collateral evaluation solution, an enhancement within the company’s Loan Advisor Suite’s Loan Product Advisor, its automated underwriting system..

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HousingWire 2018 HW Tech100 Winner: Fannie Mae HousingWire Fannie Mae’s Desktop Underwriter validation service leverages digital data from vetted third-party vendors to validate borrowers’ income, assets, and employment. The report cuts the time from loan.

During 2018, Floify continued to evolve its technology, completely redesigning the digital 1003 into a modern, interview-style questionnaire and releasing the second version of their enterprise-grade.

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Programs save 1.5 million homeowners: Obama Housing Scorecard The Making home affordable program has assisted more than 1.4 million distressed borrowers since its inception, the Obama Administration said in its December Housing Scorecard report.2018 HW Tech100 Winner: Ephesoft Default solutions provider Equator, an [.]

2018 HW Tech100 Winner: Vendorly. SaaS-based oversight platform is designed to help financial institutions manage their vendors. LEARN MORE. CFPB Bulletin: Service Providers.

We proudly give you the 2018 HW TECH100. This program recognizes the leading technology and software companies – from companies with a single offering to companies that may house ten or more.

2018 HW Vanguard: Tony Ebers It was a year of big changes for Mr. Cooper, the nonbank formerly known as Nationstar Mortgage, and Tony Ebers was right at the middle of it all. Ebers was promoted from executive vice president of originations to the newly created position of chief operating officer early in 2018, and hit the ground running in his new role.

Law firm files suit for BofA homeowners seeking modifications Homeownership still considered best long-term investment: Pew Larry Summers is Obama’s Fed pick, Japanese paper claims Trulia: Favorite millennial markets out of reach With jaw-dropping nature, West Coast sensibilities, and a booming tech industry, Denver has long been a favorite for millennial movers. In recent years, the infusion of young, highly educated, affluent young people has led rents and housing prices to spike.I grew up with first-, second-, and third-generation farmers – agrarians of Armenian, German, Greek, Mexican, Japanese, Portuguese. that do not pay for "supposedly" mandated county garbage pick-ups.MGIC writes $2.1B in new primary mortgage insurance Another rough day for the HW 30 Moody’s: Deterioration Continues for Prime-Quality Mortgage Pools Coping When Your Spouse is Unemployed By Roberta Rand Caponey Part of the Employment Series. Confronting Unemployment. "I don’t know what to say to him when I come home from my own job and he’s obviously had another rough day of dead-end leads. The house is a mess and he’s lying on the couch.Construction’s mixed July performance misses expectations fitch: prime jumbo RMBS on pace for best year since crisis Moody’s: Deterioration Continues for Prime-Quality Mortgage Pools A financing or mortgage contingency is a written provision in the home purchase agreement that says you and the builder or seller of the home agree that if you, the buyer, are unable to acquire the mortgage within a fixed period of time, the deal can be called off and your earnest money returned.Redwood Trust: 4 optimistic opportunities ahead for mortgage REITs  · Dallas, Texas 05/16/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation, which is MGIC Investment Corp (NYSE:MTG)s primary subsidiary announced that it has added 2 veteran.Six former Bank of America Corp. employees have reportedly testified in connection with a lawsuit filed in Massachusetts federal court alleging that the bank deliberately denied loan modifications to eligible homeowners in order to force them into foreclosure. The former employees, who worked at different bank offices across the U.S. up until last year, claim [.]