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December 2011: Loan Accuracy

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses how slow market recovery may be.

Your Voice—By Stephen Margrett

The Turning Point defines compliance-centric marketing.

Recovery Tips—By Brandon English

F&C Bank talks about the evolution of online lending.

Market Pulse

According to the IAS360 House Price Index, home prices are up. The index gained 4.0% across the third quarter.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano notes that it’s not enough just to do what you do, you have to do it better.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba says that the evolution of making computers behave like humans has evolved again.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond reveals why it’s important to establish and reinforce a positive brand.

Borrowers Count—By Sharon Matthews

eLynx advocates empowering lenders and borrowers through e-collaboration.

Integrity Matters—By Barbara Perino and Rebecca Walzak

The prior lack of integrity has come back to bite us hard.

Sizing Up Success

Ellie Mae’s new chief operating officer Jonathan Corr reflects on this year and talks about what lenders need to do to succeed going forward.

Ups And Downs—By Ravi Ramanathan

DecisionReady believes that loan level data capture can benefit servicing.

New Opportunity—By Sanjeev Malaney

Capsilon says change has motivated some to create and adopt new technology.

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April 2011: Blazing A Trail

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Editor’s Note

This section discusses why there are still market factors to cheer about.

Your Voice—By Derrick Logan

REO Allegiance offers its views on the right approach to REO disposition.

Recovery Tips—By Ananth Subramanian

ISGN shares how cost consciousness has changed automation.

Market Pulse

As the Internet continues to boom, there is much that lenders need to know about the modern Internet borrower.

Process Improvement—By Tony Garritano

Tony Garritano observes that the industry is literally up in arms about LO compensation, but wonders if the emotion is called for.

Future Trends—By Roger Gudobba

Roger Gudobba takes sides on who contributed to the meltdown. Were borrowers to blame? Were they wronged? Roger weighs in.

Business Strategies—By Michael Hammond

Michael Hammond reveals the spirit needed to get rid of the enemy called average that may be hampering your growth.

Innovations Winners

Find out here what the top five innovations of 2010 were.

A New Paradigm

Kelly Purcell of eSignSystems blazed a trail over 10 years ago when she launched an e-signing and e-vaulting company. What can mortgage professionals learn from her journey?

Take Charge—By Barbara Perino and Rebecca Walzak

Could the crisis have been averted if more women were in charge?

Learn First—By Steve Rennie

Lenders don’t have any time to waste in getting up to speed on technology.

Changing Times—By Scott Stein

Embedded intelligence and new functionality are morphing the LOS space.

Get Smart—By Janet Ford

Technology should be used to offer lenders more insight into the loan.

Market Dynamics—By Andrew WeissMalik

The transformation of mortgage lending as we know it is in full swing.

MortgageFlex

MortgageFlex Systems, Inc., Jacksonville, FL, founded in 1980, provides innovative loan origination and servicing software solutions to the lending industry. Developed entirely in Microsoft .NET, the LoanQuest  product platform supports evolving business processes as well as government compliance requirements with business rules, intuitive workflow and an embedded product and pricing engine.

LoanQuest takes a loan from pre-qualification all the way to secondary marketing. Product and pricing are set up in LoanQuest so that the product selection and pricing are automated based on eligibility rules. The system has a complete business rule module and customization features that allow modification to existing screens and to create custom screens. LoanQuest has an advanced imaging center and loan level reporting capabilities.

MortgageFlex offers a SSAE16 certified data center environment that meets even the most stringent security levels with dedicated technical support staff and 24×7 alert capabilities.

Compliant, Secure, Smart – MortgageFlex | 800-326-3539 www.mortgageflex.com.

CCMC

CCMC, Inc. established in 1994, is a professional services and software firm specializing in providing value-added solutions and services to the financial services industry. Our services focus on the integration of disparate systems, as well as data and workflow optimization, to both financial institutions and the major providers of application solutions to the financial services industry. Our partners are some of the best known technology corporations to the banking industry and represent core processing, loan origination, online banking, and consulting among others. Most of our customers who come from a non-automated environment see total mortgage loan boarding of 45-60 minutes reduced to 3-4 minutes. Today CCMC has helped close to 800 financial institutions stop playing the never-ending multiple data entry game, and leverage total automation between systems.  At CCMC we have a saying “Half the time, Half the cost, Twice the Functionality.”

AllRegs

AllRegs is the exclusive electronic publisher of the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Single and Multi-Family Seller/Servicer Guides and The Federal Home Loan Banks’ MPF Program Guidelines. Products include single and multifamily underwriting and insuring guidelines, as well as federal compliance laws and regulations, state compliance laws and regulations with plain-language analyses, policy and procedure manual templates, contract publishing services and a library of historical guidelines. AllRegs is also proud to offer the innovative side-by-side comparison tool, AllRegs MarketClarity™, powered by Motivity. AllRegs Academy offers audio courses, self-study online courses, instructor-led online courses, classroom training, customized training, practical guides and certifications. AllRegs offers a variety of online training subscription programs, including the AllRegs Education Package, the Continuing Education Library and more. AllRegs is an NMLS-approved education provider and offers continuing education courses to meet requirements across the country. For more information about AllRegs, call (800) 848-4904 or visit www.allregs.com.