Fannie Mae: Explore How the Industry is Going Digital with eMortgages

eMortgages have grown significantly – and in light of recent events, demand is higher than ever. Henry Cason, SVP and Head of Digital Products at Fannie Mae, shares how the industry is embracing digital mortgage solutions. Read our attached blog post for more information.

Brian Simons: The Modern Operating Model for Mortgage Lenders

In the last five years, lenders have made great strides with significant investments in best-in-class borrower experiences, navigating a plethora of new digital tools, all while adeptly navigating the ups and downs of the market. In my experience, unfortunately, most initiatives to cut costs and improve quality are short-lived or merely incremental. What I have found over my 25 years in this industry is that transformational growth only occurs when senior leadership commits itself to reevaluating their entire operating model.

Brian Simons: The Modern Operating Model for Mortgage Lenders

In the last five years, lenders have made great strides with significant investments in best-in-class borrower experiences, navigating a plethora of new digital tools, all while adeptly navigating the ups and downs of the market. In my experience, unfortunately, most initiatives to cut costs and improve quality are short-lived or merely incremental. What I have found over my 25 years in this industry is that transformational growth only occurs when senior leadership commits itself to reevaluating their entire operating model.

Brian Simons: The Modern Operating Model for Mortgage Lenders

In the last five years, lenders have made great strides with significant investments in best-in-class borrower experiences, navigating a plethora of new digital tools, all while adeptly navigating the ups and downs of the market. In my experience, unfortunately, most initiatives to cut costs and improve quality are short-lived or merely incremental. What I have found over my 25 years in this industry is that transformational growth only occurs when senior leadership commits itself to reevaluating their entire operating model.

Brian Simons: The Modern Operating Model for Mortgage Lenders

In the last five years, lenders have made great strides with significant investments in best-in-class borrower experiences, navigating a plethora of new digital tools, all while adeptly navigating the ups and downs of the market. In my experience, unfortunately, most initiatives to cut costs and improve quality are short-lived or merely incremental. What I have found over my 25 years in this industry is that transformational growth only occurs when senior leadership commits itself to reevaluating their entire operating model.

FHLB of Des Moines, Ginnie Mae Get on the eNote Bus

This week saw a few speed bumps leveled in the road to the complete digital mortgage, with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines and Ginnie Mae announcing they would begin accepting residential mortgage electronic promissory notes—eNotes—as collateral.