November 2013 Issue: Streamlining Processes

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses how the industry can learn a thing or two from Google.

Your Voice—By Phil Hall

Phil Hall details why anyone in the world would want to be a mortgage banker.

Recovery Tips—By Odette Marra

Belmont Savings Bank talks about how they used technology in order to grow.

Market Pulse

New data from eLynx shows how important it is to form an even closer partnership with the consumer.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano notes that now is the best time to go paperless and explains exactly why the equation has changed.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba offers the industry his candid advice on how to succeed regardless of what’s to come.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond says that your Web face matters and details the best way to conquer the Web these days.

Overcome Market Shifts—By Judy Margrett

The Turning Point stresses that centralized marketing automation will greatly enhance a lender’s referral business.

Keep Up—By Kelly Booth

Velocify shares an easy way for lenders to keep up and get their share of loans in a purchase market.

Social Media ROI—By Peter M. Bagazinski

Catholic Vantage Financial spells out how they used social media and got more originations out of it.

Tracking The CFPB—By Brad Willis

CCMC notes that there is a very clear way for mortgage lenders to remain one step ahead of the CFPB.

Driving Efficiency

In an ever-changing world, industry thought leaders came together to discuss how lenders can succeed going forward.

Times Have Changed—By Binh Dang

LendingQB points out that the right way to selection the best loan origination system has changed a lot.

Secondary Market Reform—By Barbara Perino and Rebecca Walzak

Perino and Walzak define the best way to re-make the secondary market absent the U.S. government.

True Data Integrity—By Lloyd Booth and Andy Young

Lloyd Booth and Andy Young shed some light on the only way to really ensure true data integrity.