As we wade into the exciting, yet uncertain territory of 2024, it’s vital to bulletproof your business with resilience. To create this guide, we asked tenured Maxwell leaders their thoughts on the market—and their best tips for taking advantage of a changing market. Here’s what they said.
In this on-demand webinar, mortgage experts Alan Parris, Bryan Traeger, and Anthony Ianni analyze the economics of today’s average lender compared to 2021 and present data-backed methods to save up to $1,600 per loan through the use of technology and outsourcing.
In this on-demand recording, you’ll learn how the industry is responding to changing dynamics and actionable insights derived from Maxwell's extensive dataset.
Digital mortgage technology is disrupting lending in a way that benefits both the borrower and the lender. By taking note of current trends, lenders can unlock greater potential—and greater profitability—in the digital mortgage marketplace.
According to the newly released State of the Nation's Housing 2021 report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies (JCHS) of Harvard University, steps the government has taken to ease financial hardship during the pandemic have helped. Still, the way that support has helped varies widely among different demographics.
As we hurtle back towards a semblance of normalcy in the events space, now is a great time to reconsider the conference model. Here's what we learned from NEXT Mortgage Events Co-founders Jeri and Molly about how to create better events in the mortgage industry today.
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