Bill Neville of LoanLogics on Regtech and Data Analytics: Past, Present and Future

Bill Neville is CEO of LoanLogics, Trevose, Pa., responsible for overseeing all company operations, technology and software development, and leading the strategies that continue the company’s growth as a regtech technology provider. In addition to his executive role, he is also a member of LoanLogics’ Board of Directors.

Bill Neville of LoanLogics on Regtech and Data Analytics: Past, Present and Future

Bill Neville is CEO of LoanLogics, Trevose, Pa., responsible for overseeing all company operations, technology and software development, and leading the strategies that continue the company’s growth as a regtech technology provider. In addition to his executive role, he is also a member of LoanLogics’ Board of Directors.

Bill Neville of LoanLogics on Regtech and Data Analytics: Past, Present and Future

Bill Neville is CEO of LoanLogics, Trevose, Pa., responsible for overseeing all company operations, technology and software development, and leading the strategies that continue the company’s growth as a regtech technology provider. In addition to his executive role, he is also a member of LoanLogics’ Board of Directors.

Commercial/Multifamily Briefs

Walker & Dunlop and GeoPhy launched Apprise, a new firm that will leverage technology and data science to improve the consistency, transparency and speed of multifamily appraisals.

Creating a New Normal for Loan Quality

Lowering loan manufacturing costs, improving overall mortgage processing efficiencies and achieving optimal risk management begins with improving the quality of the underlying mortgage loan file data.

Creating a New Normal for Loan Quality

Lowering loan manufacturing costs, improving overall mortgage processing efficiencies and achieving optimal risk management begins with improving the quality of the underlying mortgage loan file data.

Creating a New Normal for Loan Quality

Lowering loan manufacturing costs, improving overall mortgage processing efficiencies and achieving optimal risk management begins with improving the quality of the underlying mortgage loan file data. Fortunately, automation is bringing much-needed improvements that efficiently bring data inconsistencies to the surface so that accuracy can be achieved and decisioning can be improved.