Mortgage Bankers Association Chair-Elect Susan Stewart kicked off the MBA Risk Management, Quality Assurance and Fraud Prevention Forum with an astute observation: the coronavirus pandemic has put such issues “front and center.”
Mortgage applications fell for the fourth time in five weeks even as key interest rates held near record lows, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported this morning in its Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending September 11.
With the National Flood Insurance Programs set to expire—yet again—the Mortgage Bankers Association and nearly two dozen industry trade groups asked Congress for another program extension as policymakers work on a longer-term solution.
When the coronavirus struck earlier this year, mortgage companies pivoted quickly toward remote working. Now they are working hard to keep their dispersed teams connected, analysts said Tuesday during the MBA Live Risk Management, QA and Fraud Prevention Forum 2020.