Christopher Bennett: 2020’s Unprecedented Growth Requires Counterintuitive Thinking

As COVID-19 continues to affect the mortgage industry, lenders are realizing that conducting business as usual may not be possible or plausible. For a lender’s growth to reach new and different heights in 2020, new and different business practices, such as working with a hedge advisory firm, are required.

Christopher Bennett: 2020’s Unprecedented Growth Requires Counterintuitive Thinking

As COVID-19 continues to affect the mortgage industry, lenders are realizing that conducting business as usual may not be possible or plausible. For a lender’s growth to reach new and different heights in 2020, new and different business practices, such as working with a hedge advisory firm, are required.

Christopher Bennett: 2020’s Unprecedented Growth Requires Counterintuitive Thinking

As COVID-19 continues to affect the mortgage industry, lenders are realizing that conducting business as usual may not be possible or plausible. For a lender’s growth to reach new and different heights in 2020, new and different business practices, such as working with a hedge advisory firm, are required.

The Week Ahead

Good morning—welcome back from the holiday weekend; and congratulations! You’ve made it halfway through 2020!

The Week Ahead: June 8, 2020

Good morning! Welcome to Month Four of the Coronapocalypse. This afternoon, the Mortgage Bankers Association releases its weekly Forbearance & Call Volume Report at 4:00 p.m. ET; MBA NewsLink will provide a special afternoon issue with the results.

(#MBA Live) Housing, Mortgage Markets Show Resiliency, Agility

With all that has hit the mortgage industry over the past several months, Mortgage Bankers Association Chief Economist Mike Fratantoni has a positive message for mortgage lenders and servicers: “It seems like the industry has done a fantastic job of finding solutions in this crazy environment,” Fratantoni said yesterday during MBA Live: Technology Solutions Conference.