(The New Normal) Pooja Bansal: Eagerly Awaiting the End to Remote Work—At Least For Us

For example, a recent McKinsey survey of 800 corporate executives found that after the pandemic, nearly 40% expect their employees in remote services to continue working two or more days a week away from the office. Surely, there are many companies in our industry who are planning to do the same. We’re not one of them and because of that, the pandemic was a big challenge for us.

(The New Normal) Garth Graham: Shifting Teams at the Speed of a Pandemic

Between stay-at-home orders, historical levels of refinance activity and the big increase in forbearance requests, mortgage originators and servicers spent the past year continually creating and re-creating ways to get things done. Here’s some of the things we saw.

(The New Normal) Garth Graham: Shifting Teams at the Speed of a Pandemic

Between stay-at-home orders, historical levels of refinance activity and the big increase in forbearance requests, mortgage originators and servicers spent the past year continually creating and re-creating ways to get things done. Here’s some of the things we saw.

(The New Normal) Garth Graham: Shifting Teams at the Speed of a Pandemic

Between stay-at-home orders, historical levels of refinance activity and the big increase in forbearance requests, mortgage originators and servicers spent the past year continually creating and re-creating ways to get things done. Here’s some of the things we saw.

Nick Volpe: A Brief History of Defects; Q3 2020’s Loan Quality Performance Sets Stage for Areas of Concern in 2021

Given the necessary delay that must precede the analysis of post-closing data, it is easy to forget the significance of these findings. However, mistakes made in the past often do not remain so, especially when those mistakes go unaddressed. Thus, lenders have a great deal to learn from their post-closing quality control analyses, even more so given the market disruptions and macroeconomic impact of COVID-19.

Nick Volpe: A Brief History of Defects; Q3 2020’s Loan Quality Performance Sets Stage for Areas of Concern in 2021

Given the necessary delay that must precede the analysis of post-closing data, it is easy to forget the significance of these findings. However, mistakes made in the past often do not remain so, especially when those mistakes go unaddressed. Thus, lenders have a great deal to learn from their post-closing quality control analyses, even more so given the market disruptions and macroeconomic impact of COVID-19.

Nick Volpe: A Brief History of Defects; Q3 2020’s Loan Quality Performance Sets Stage for Areas of Concern in 2021

Given the necessary delay that must precede the analysis of post-closing data, it is easy to forget the significance of these findings. However, mistakes made in the past often do not remain so, especially when those mistakes go unaddressed. Thus, lenders have a great deal to learn from their post-closing quality control analyses, even more so given the market disruptions and macroeconomic impact of COVID-19.

MBA: 2020 IMB Production Volumes, Profits Hit Record-Highs

Independent mortgage banks and mortgage subsidiaries of chartered banks made an average profit of $4,202 on each loan they originated in 2020, up from $1,470 per loan in 2019, the Mortgage Bankers Association reported Wednesday