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Conte nts ORIGINATION origination SERVICING servicing ANALYTICS analytics secondary market SECONDARY MARKET 43 53 63 76 Feature Not Minor or Major Dallas-based Texas Lending has found a formula that helps it win on all playing fields. Feature RCS Forges Path to Servicing Distinction RCS anticipated market changes that allow it flexibility as the industry works to stabillize. Feature The Accurate Approach to Loan-Level Reporting With loan-level data now squarely in regulators' radars, accurate and timely reporting is more imperative than ever. Feature Solutions in Sync Bipartisan Policy Center intersects with FHFA's GSE scorecard on path to reform at just the right time. 58 The Latest Fannie Mae Warns Against Celebrating at Halftime The GSE thinks the recent economic indicators are a step in the right direction, but cautions that consumers will still feel the pinch in their wallets for a while. 38 The Latest Ellie Mae Chimes in on Hidden Costs of Compliance The company offers insight on the long-term effects of the stringent compliance regulations set forth by the CFPB. 45 Local Edition Consumers Opt for Homeownership in the Bay State Originations rebounded to a fiveyear high in 2012. 6 | The M Report 48 The Latest Analysts Wonder Why Some Markets Are More Responsive Than Others Data shows there are clear reasons why some areas are bouncing back at a faster clip. 55 Local Edition Titanium Shutters Its Doors After 14 years of serving a hurt industry, the company says it just isn't in demand the way it once was. The Latest Jobs Numbers Make Surprising Jump First-time claims for unemployment insurance ramped up in March, much to the surprise of analysts. 65 Local Edition DataQuick Rolls Out Customizable Solutions Suite The San Diego-based company launches a set of products designed to identify portfolio risks and solve management problems. 72 78 Local Edition Arizona Sees First FDIC-Insured Bank Failure in Years The bank was closed by the insurer and assets were assumed by First Scottsdale Bank.

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