Mark P. Dangelo: Strategy is NOT Dead—Across Housing Finance and Technology it is Too Traditional

Designing the future beyond the current downturn requires a comprehensive examination of what is necessary across digital financial actions—by the consumer, by the investor, by the regulators, and by rising non-traditional competitors. Traditional strategy encased by technology is the norm—but moving forward has this prescription lost its efficacy? Will we adapt—or will we die?

Mark P. Dangelo: Strategy is NOT Dead—Across Housing Finance and Technology it is Too Traditional

Designing the future beyond the current downturn requires a comprehensive examination of what is necessary across digital financial actions—by the consumer, by the investor, by the regulators, and by rising non-traditional competitors. Traditional strategy encased by technology is the norm—but moving forward has this prescription lost its efficacy? Will we adapt—or will we die?

Mark P. Dangelo: Strategy is NOT Dead—Across Housing Finance and Technology it is Too Traditional

Designing the future beyond the current downturn requires a comprehensive examination of what is necessary across digital financial actions—by the consumer, by the investor, by the regulators, and by rising non-traditional competitors. Traditional strategy encased by technology is the norm—but moving forward has this prescription lost its efficacy? Will we adapt—or will we die?

Mark P. Dangelo: Strategy is NOT Dead—Across Housing Finance and Technology it is Too Traditional

Designing the future beyond the current downturn requires a comprehensive examination of what is necessary across digital financial actions—by the consumer, by the investor, by the regulators, and by rising non-traditional competitors. Traditional strategy encased by technology is the norm—but moving forward has this prescription lost its efficacy? Will we adapt—or will we die?

Mark P. Dangelo: Strategy is NOT Dead—Across Housing Finance and Technology it is Too Traditional

Designing the future beyond the current downturn requires a comprehensive examination of what is necessary across digital financial actions—by the consumer, by the investor, by the regulators, and by rising non-traditional competitors. Traditional strategy encased by technology is the norm—but moving forward has this prescription lost its efficacy? Will we adapt—or will we die?

Mark P. Dangelo: Strategy is NOT Dead—Across Housing Finance and Technology it is Too Traditional

Designing the future beyond the current downturn requires a comprehensive examination of what is necessary across digital financial actions—by the consumer, by the investor, by the regulators, and by rising non-traditional competitors. Traditional strategy encased by technology is the norm—but moving forward has this prescription lost its efficacy? Will we adapt—or will we die?

Marvin Chang of Mortgage Hippo: Three Reasons Lenders Must Lean Into Innovation

Lenders that hunkered down during the last two major industry downturns are no longer in the business, while those that leaned in and innovated during the same period emerged as industry leaders. Now is not the time for timidity. In fact, leading lenders are leaning into innovation now. There are at least three good reasons to do so.

Mark P. Dangelo: In Perspective, the Fragmentation of the Mortgage Industry

Reimaging of the mortgage markets has begun—driven by shrinking margins, rising rates, and inflationary pressures. Yet, for all the actions since 2010 involving data standards, digital transformations, and customer experiences, what is missing? Who will be left standing as the next cycle takes form and the mortgage industry is digitally reimaged?

Marvin Chang of Mortgage Hippo: Three Reasons Lenders Must Lean Into Innovation

Lenders that hunkered down during the last two major industry downturns are no longer in the business, while those that leaned in and innovated during the same period emerged as industry leaders. Now is not the time for timidity. In fact, leading lenders are leaning into innovation now. There are at least three good reasons to do so.

Mark P. Dangelo: In Perspective, the Fragmentation of the Mortgage Industry

Reimaging of the mortgage markets has begun—driven by shrinking margins, rising rates, and inflationary pressures. Yet, for all the actions since 2010 involving data standards, digital transformations, and customer experiences, what is missing? Who will be left standing as the next cycle takes form and the mortgage industry is digitally reimaged?