November 2012: What’s Next For Our Space?

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This section introduces the new PROGRESS in Lending Lender Advisory Panel.

Your Voice—By Monte Robbins and Keenan Wagner

Prominent lenders explain how they are benefiting from cloud computing.

Recovery Tips—By Alice Alvey

MortgageU shares its thoughts about how traditional lending roles are morphing.

Market Pulse

Data compiled by the Financial Forecast Center takes a look at the state of our economy and makes future projections.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano notes that in a perfect world, there is one technology that all lenders should adopt today.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba defines how to be creative, be innovative, be original, be bold, be different, and be a leader.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond reveals how to use different types of visual stimuli to improve your business and drive results.

The Coming Crisis—By David Lykken

David Lykken details how without change, we are at the precipice of disaster.

Back To School—By Barbara Perino and Rebecca Walzak

Analysts think, given the regulatory onslaught, lenders need to be re-educated.

You Can Have It All—By Robert Pommier

Genpact asserts that it is possible to both reduce cycle time and increase efficiency.

One Lender To Another—By James Zarra

Lender Tammac Holdings Co. shares how they’ve recently improved their process.

Discussing Our Industry’s Future

Tim Anderson of DocMagic looks back at how the mortgage business has evolved and warns that fundamental change is coming in the future.

Appraisal Seismic Shifts—By Jennifer Miller

a la mode points out that the shifts in the appraisal process are just the beginning.

Drive Results—By Judy Margrett

The Turning Point provides solid tips on how technology can help drive new business.

The Compliance Squeeze—By Sharon Matthews

eLynx discusses how to stay compliant even if your current resources are limited.

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