December 2013 Issue: Compliance Issues Discussed

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses how dipping origination volume can be a good thing.

Your Voice—By Tim Anderson

DocMagic talks about how the rising cost of compliance can be mitigated.

Recovery Tips—By Susan Johnson

Fidelity Bank details what they see as clear business opportunities in 2014.

Market Pulse

New data from Alchemy Worx debunks the many myths associated with e-mail marketing.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano notes that there are some obvious pitfalls that may be coming to our space in 2014.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba suggests that creative thinking may be just what’s in order to comply with the CFPB.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond says that there are strategies that you can use in order to maximize sales in 2014.

Get Educated—By Alysia Vrolyk

Carrington Mortgage notes that lenders and servicers need to create a continuous learning environment.

Success, And More Success—By A.R. Smith

Consultant A.R. Smith says that to be effective, you need to be in the business of making technology work.

Train Hard—By Barbara Perino and Rebecca Walzak

Perino and Walzak stress the importance of continual training as we become a very regulated business.

End-to-End Compliance

QuestSoft’s Leonard Ryan details all you need to know about compliance based on his 20-plus years of mortgage experience.

Servicing Strategies—By Jeremy Pease

IndiSoft points out that in an ever-changing market, mortgage servicers shouldn’t remain stuck in old habits.