February’s news has been dominated by FormFree’s new blockchain technology that could alter the lending landscape in the years to come. Here’s what you should know.
When it comes to discussions about segregation, officials have maintained that neighborhood divisions have occurred de facto—racial separation “just happened” over time. But strong evidence points to it being the result of the government explicitly manipulating the free market into the current racially divided reality.
With Biden’s pick at the helm, the lending industry can likely expect an increase in both oversight and enforcement. By observing both Chopra’s previous track record and Biden’s stated market goals, analysts point to the following possible priorities.
Loan officers made bank in 2020, experts predict this year will be strong for lenders, and the Biden administration is busy enacting stronger regulations.
What sort of new mortgage technology keys are waiting to be grasped in 2021? How will your company use them to unlock future potential in the market?
It turns out that 2021 isn’t so different from 2020. We’re still dealing with a pandemic, and the mortgage market hasn’t slowed down.
As Joe Biden moves into his role as President of the United States, the mortgage industry anticipates change. Here’s what to expect.
As 2020 comes to a hectic end, let’s dig into 5 resolutions that’ll help you amp up lead gen, satisfy customers, and grow in 2021 and beyond.
Record-setting loan volume isn’t the only news-worthy thing happening in the lending industry this year. With the mortgage business booming, big-name lenders are increasingly eager to tap into public markets. Rocket Companies was the first to go public this year, raising about $1.8 billion in its IPO. Caliber Home Loans originated $57 billion loans in… Read more »
With loan origination volume likely to reach a record-breaking $3.9 trillion in 2020, there’s no denying it’s been a banner year for the lending industry. But as refinances wind down in 2021, where will the market trend? And how will significant factors like shifting presidential power and a lingering pandemic come into play? Like other… Read more »