Matt Clarke: How Technology Can Enhance Borrower’s Experience by Supporting Lender

As the industry becomes increasingly digital, mortgage professionals must find a way to survive and keep up with demand at rapid speed. Unfortunately, the latest and greatest technology comes at a price. To truly succeed, mortgage professionals need to determine strategies that reduce expenses while offering a convenient relationship-based mortgage experience for borrowers.

Matt Clarke: How Technology Can Enhance Borrower’s Experience by Supporting Lender

As the industry becomes increasingly digital, mortgage professionals must find a way to survive and keep up with demand at rapid speed. Unfortunately, the latest and greatest technology comes at a price. To truly succeed, mortgage professionals need to determine strategies that reduce expenses while offering a convenient relationship-based mortgage experience for borrowers.

Matt Clarke: How Technology Can Enhance Borrower’s Experience by Supporting Lender

As the industry becomes increasingly digital, mortgage professionals must find a way to survive and keep up with demand at rapid speed. Unfortunately, the latest and greatest technology comes at a price. To truly succeed, mortgage professionals need to determine strategies that reduce expenses while offering a convenient relationship-based mortgage experience for borrowers.

Mark Dangelo: Are Bankers Necessary? Part 3

In 2020, it is a pandemic virus altering global industries, supply chains and consumer interactions—what follows will be a “next normal” promising a post Great Depression rewriting of commerce. It will lead many consumers, businesses, politicians and pundits to ask, “Are Bankers Necessary?”

Mark Dangelo: Are Bankers Necessary? Part 3

On April 14, JPMorgan CEO @JamieDimon indicated his operations were preparing for a “severe recession.” To state that the economic conditions we are living in are precarious and uncertain is almost meaningless. For most living today, we are in unchartered territory.

Mark Dangelo: Are Bankers Necessary? Part 3

On April 14, JPMorgan CEO @JamieDimon indicated his operations were preparing for a “severe recession.” To state that the economic conditions we are living in are precarious and uncertain is almost meaningless. For most living today, we are in unchartered territory.