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October 2011: The REO Crisis

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses how how an app can help you extend your reach.

Your Voice—By David Lykken

David Lykken shares why technology alone won’t save our industry.

Recovery Tips—By Melanie R. Finkelstein and Marsha L. Williams

MRG talks about the long term implications of Dodd-Frank.

Market Pulse

More and more research shows that iPad’s dominance is literally reshaping the world that we live in.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano notes that tough times call for tough decisions, but if you don’t step up you will be out of business.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba has always said that, “It’s all about the data,” but now he wonders what our industry is really about.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond reveals that many mortgage executives see the iPad as a slick new toy, but it can be much more.

Special Servicing—By Steven Horne

Wingspan Portfolio Advisors details how servicing should be done.

Compliance Woes—By Jennifer Miller

a la mode details what lenders really need to keep compliant today.

The Modern LOS—By Lester Dominick

Mortgageflex asserts that today’s LOS has to do more to help lenders.

The Trouble With REO

As the industry struggles to deal with the aftermath of the mortgage crisis, Five Brothers has stepped in to help investors tackle their REO disposition woes.

The Truth About BI—By Julie Piepho

Cornerstone Mortgage details how BI automation has turned into ROI.

Fraud Nuances—By Michael Kuentz

Equifax thinks new risks and liabilities threaten to undermine confidence.

Creative Thinking—By Sharon Matthews

eLynx believes that out-of-the-box thinking can lead to instant efficiency.

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