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  • First American Acquires Bank of America’s Lien Release Business

    First American Acquires Bank of America’s Lien Release Business

    The acquisition will complement and enhance First American’s existing best-in-class lien release business and will include agreement to continue to provide lien release services to Bank of...

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  • Redfin Mortgage Now Offers Loans to Washington D.C. Homebuyers

    Redfin Mortgage Now Offers Loans to Washington D.C. Homebuyers

    Redfin Mortgage, LLC, is now offering loans to homebuyers in Washington, D.C., announced Redfin Corporation, the next-generation real estate brokerage. The post Redfin Mortgage Now Offers Loans to...

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  • DocMagic Fights Paper Fallout With High-Tech Print Fulfillment Supercenter

    DocMagic Fights Paper Fallout With High-Tech Print Fulfillment Supercenter

    The new facility provides compliant solution to “opt-out” requirements for mortgage transactions that revert from digital to paper processes. The post DocMagic Fights Paper Fallout With High-Tech...

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  • CertifID Fights Wire Fraud and Offers a $500k Guarantee

    CertifID Fights Wire Fraud and Offers a $500k Guarantee

    Wire fraud is a massive and continual threat in the mortgage world. After suffering their own losses, one title company decided to fight back with their own fraud prevention platform. The post...

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  • CoreVest Announces Inaugural Deal with Freddie Mac

    CoreVest Announces Inaugural Deal with Freddie Mac

    CoreVest, the lender to residential real estate investors, announced that it has recently been approved under a pilot program with Freddie Mac to provide enhanced liquidity in the single-family...

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  • Fannie Mae Leaders Named in “Most Powerful” List

    Fannie Mae Leaders Named in “Most Powerful” List

    Fannie Mae’s Jeffery Hayward, EVP and Head of Multifamily, and Kimberly Johnson, EVP and Chief Risk Officer, have been listed among Black Enterprise’s “Most Powerful Executives in Corporate...

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  • Roostify to Integrate with Black Knight’s Origination System

    Roostify to Integrate with Black Knight’s Origination System

    Roostify, a provider of automated mortgage transaction technology, announced that it has signed an agreement with Black Knight, Inc., to integrate its platform with Black Knight’s LoanSphere...

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  • The Week Ahead: Reshaping Consumer Lending in 2018

    The Week Ahead: Reshaping Consumer Lending in 2018

    On Wednesday, TransUnion will take a look at the road ahead with its annual Consumer Lending Forecast for 2018. Here’s what else is slated for The Week Ahead. The post The Week Ahead: Reshaping...

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  • Manhattan, San Francisco Least Affordable U.S. Markets

    Manhattan, San Francisco Least Affordable U.S. Markets

    A new report pinpoints Vancouver as the most unaffordable housing market in North America, but Manhattan and San Francisco are close behind. What other U.S. cities top the list? The post...

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  • In Housing, a Good Deal Is Hard to Find

    In Housing, a Good Deal Is Hard to Find

    To buy or to rent? That’s the conundrum faced by most anyone searching for a new home. But with many of the best deals already cleaned out of the marketplace, those opting to buy might want to...

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  • The RMBS Market’s 2018 Outlook: Know the Risks

    The RMBS Market’s 2018 Outlook: Know the Risks

    Learn which loans are continuing to diversify the RMBS market, as well as their risks, in a new 2018 Outlook report. The post The RMBS Market’s 2018 Outlook: Know the Risks appeared first on...

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  • Consumer Survey: 2018 Is a Prime Time for Selling

    Consumer Survey: 2018 Is a Prime Time for Selling

    If a recent survey is any indication, there could be some relief for today’s inventory woes in the near future. According to the poll, American consumers are more enthusiastic about selling a home...

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  • OCC Allows Banks and Associations Affected by Wildfires to Close

    OCC Allows Banks and Associations Affected by Wildfires to Close

    On Thursday, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) issued a proclamation allowing national banks and federal savings associations affected by the California wildfires to close. Toney...

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  • Borrower Benefits: Men Vs. Women

    Borrower Benefits: Men Vs. Women

    Men are gaining approval for more home-buying money than women, a new study finds. But when it comes to a few other key metrics, the ladies have them beat. The post Borrower Benefits: Men Vs....

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  • Mortgage Credit Loosens as Investors Step In

    Mortgage Credit Loosens as Investors Step In

    Mortgage credit is up month-over-month thanks to more investors getting into the market and an increase in conventional offerings, according to a report released Thursday. The post Mortgage...

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  • Buyer, Seller Optimism Up

    Buyer, Seller Optimism Up

    Homebuyers and sellers are becoming increasingly more positive about today’s housing market. According to a new index, the number of buyers who say now’s a good time to buy is nearing its highest...

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  • Not a One-Size-Fits-All Market

    Not a One-Size-Fits-All Market

    As the demographics for the potential homebuyer change, what should mortgage companies do to ensure they’re keeping up? MReport talks with Dan Green, CEO of Growella, a Fintech company, to discuss...

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  • The State of Home Equity in Q3

    The State of Home Equity in Q3

    U.S. mortgage holders had a really good third quarter. And a pretty good year overall. A new report shows lots of reasons why. The post The State of Home Equity in Q3 appeared first on theMReport.com.

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  • Rent Gap Proves Homeownership Is Cheaper?

    Rent Gap Proves Homeownership Is Cheaper?

    According to recent research, homeownership is more affordable compared to renting in majority of MSAs. However, in many cities where homeownership is the inexpensive option, it’s still quite...

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  • The First-Time Homebuyer Impact

    The First-Time Homebuyer Impact

    According to the latest Genworth Mortgage Insurance report, the first-time homebuyer market is growing faster than other buyer demographics. But what does this mean for the current housing...

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