HousingWire’s Insiders nominations are open!

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The HW Insiders Award™ program recognizes your organization’s operational all-stars — those insiders that are your company’s best-kept secret, yet vital to its success. “The HW Insiders program is for those who do the leg work and make the mortgage industry tick. We are looking for that senior loan officer who closed the bulk of your loans last year. Clock … Read More

Data Driven Marketing for the Housing Industry

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HousingWire Webinar — Thursday, June 15 Improve campaign results by leveraging multiple data points Join us for a 30 minute webinar on how programmatic advertising can help your company speak directly to your target audience effectively and efficiently. Attend this webinar for: Gain an edge from incorporating offline data in your digital campaigns Improve your audience targeting Target digital advertisements to … Read More

HW Webinar: From FinTech to RegTech

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HousingWire Webinar — Wednesday, May 10 Using New Technology to Improve Loan Quality, Compliance, and Customer Engagement  Attend this webinar to learn: The root causes of processing, cost, quality, and service challenges across the lending lifecycle How FinTech and RegTech are one and the same Successful strategies for simultaneously solving data quality, compliance, and customer engagement challenges New technology capabilities … Read More

Know an influential woman helping to drive the U.S. housing economy?

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This August, HousingWire’s 2017 Women of Influence awards program will honor high-achieving women across the U.S. housing economy – from residential mortgage lending, servicing, investments, and residential real estate. This unique annual program – now in its seventh year – was the first such national effort of its kind, launched to recognize the significant contributions of women to both mortgage … Read More

2017 Outlook: What’s next for our housing and mortgage nation?

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FREE HousingWire Webinar — Wednesday, April 26 Join us for an extended Q&A with industry experts HousingWire is taking the political lean out of the conversation and focusing instead on current realities, such as appreciating home values and rising interest rates. We will arm attendees with knowledge, not bombastic observations on beltway probabilities. The mortgage market is currently faced with … Read More

HW Webinar: Digital Transformation for Lenders

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FREE HousingWire Webinar — Wednesday, April 12 Digital Transformation is transforming the mortgage industry.  Data must now be rapidly exchanged across multiple disparate systems. This ability to exchange information and create a fully digital process leads to shorter loan cycles, lowering costs, and a greater transparency to all parties; from the borrower through to participants in securitization. Attend this webinar to … Read More

Will The CFPB Even Be Around In 2018?

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FREE HousingWire Webinar — Wednesday, March 29 Answers to all the confusion around the fate of the CFPB Attend to learn: Will Cordray be fired before his term ends in July 2018? What are the likely outcomes for the PHH/CFPB case? And what does the case mean for the industry? What does the future of regulation look like, such as RESPA? … Read More

Loan Servicing the Right Way: Scaling Up or Down While Reducing Risk and Cost

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FREE HousingWire Webinar — Wednesday, March 15 Achieve scalability in complex regulatory and business environments. Attend to learn: Methods for all interested parties in a bankruptcy case to better partner to create a process-focused approach to reduce complexity, cost, and redundancy Strategies to preserving cost and risk reduction while being able to scale up or down as bankruptcy volumes decline … Read More

What is going to happen to appraisers in 2017?

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FREE HousingWire Webinar — Wednesday, March 1 Are industry policies surrounding appraisers helping or hurting the housing industry? Fannie Mae recently clarified their existing policy allowing an unlicensed or uncertified appraiser, or appraiser trainee, to complete property inspection without requiring a supervisor appraiser to also inspect the property. Will this move help address the appraiser shortage, get fees back in … Read More