SAN DIEGO—There’s a lot going on with the mortgage industry right now—post-pandemic operations; regulatory changes; housing affordability; diversity, equity and inclusion. What better way to gain perspective on these issues than asking several top-level industry executives what they’re seeing?
SAN DIEGO—Ishanaa Rambachan, a partner with McKinsey & Co., puts things bluntly: “This is one of the most tumultuous times to be a woman in the workplace.”
MBA Education, the award-winning education division of the Mortgage Bankers Association, honored Federal Housing Finance Agency Office of the Inspector General’s Daniel Jensen with its Willis Bryant Award.
Industry Briefs Oct. 21, 2021: Clarifire Partners with Freddie Mac on Streamlined Servicing Workouts
Clarifire, St. Petersburg, Fla., announced its CLARIFIRE workflow automation application has gone live with Resolve, Freddie Mac’s new integrated default management platform.
Low-to-moderate income consumers have traditionally been overlooked in the mortgage market and trail non-LMI consumers in terms of homeownership. A new study from TransUnion, Chicago, suggests closing this gap could yield mortgage lenders as much as ~$300 billion in refinance and purchase originations.