May 2012: Looking To The Future

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses how true innovation is needed today.

Your Voice—By David Lykken

David Lykken explains his vision for the future of our industry.

Recovery Tips—By Ted Hicks

Calyx shares its thoughts of how lenders can be more efficient.

Market Pulse

Data compiled by CoreLogic takes a historic look at the mortgage industry to see what the future may be.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano notes that a game-changing event is needed to speed up recovery and a few such events are out there.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba defines what innovation really is and emphasizes its importance. His conclusions may shock you.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond reveals six big ideas that he thinks could provide relief in a very tough market.

Transforming Servicing—By Fred Melgaard

DRI details how the right technology approach can reinvent servicing.

Don’t Just Survive—By Kevin Marconi

Lender United Fidelity Funding talks about how others can thrive today.

Docs Are Dead—By Reid Smeda, Sr.

CSi asserts that mortgage documents, as we know them today, are dead.

Standing Tall And Looking Ahead

The Board of PROGRESS in Lending shares their unique ideas about the future of the mortgage industry.

The Future LOS—By Daniel Liggett

ASC points out how choosing the LOS of the future is now a do or die.

Innovations Winners

Find out here what the top innovations of 2011 were.

Stretching Out—By Nancy Alley

Xerox discusses how to craft the mortgage company of the future.