Tracy Huber of Equifax: Gaining Operational Efficiencies With Technology, Automation In a Changing Mortgage Lending Environment

As the mortgage industry continues to experience substantial changes, such as rising interest rates, home affordability issues, and an influx of layoffs for mortgage professionals, the entire industry is recognizing the need to adjust its operational strategies. Mortgage professionals need to be agile, quick and flexible to keep pace with the changing market, regulatory pressures, and borrower preferences.

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?

Michael Coar of VirPack: Successfully Navigating the Margin Compression and Market Volatility Wave

While profit margin compression impacts all lenders, smaller lenders often feel the impact more significantly. These lenders may not have the same resources or volume to bear the impact of squeezed profit margins. The question is, in the face of these obstacles, how can mortgage lenders successfully navigate the margin compression and market volatility wave?

Sundeep Mathur of Tavant: The Technology-Enabled Loan Officer

One of the primary lessons of the COVID-19 crisis was that technology is an absolute requirement for business continuity in the mortgage industry and many others. This was a harsh lesson for many as mortgage lenders do not have a solid track record of adopting new technology promptly.

Sundeep Mathur of Tavant: The Technology-Enabled Loan Officer

One of the primary lessons of the COVID-19 crisis was that technology is an absolute requirement for business continuity in the mortgage industry and many others. This was a harsh lesson for many as mortgage lenders do not have a solid track record of adopting new technology promptly.

Sundeep Mathur of Tavant: The Technology-Enabled Loan Officer

One of the primary lessons of the COVID-19 crisis was that technology is an absolute requirement for business continuity in the mortgage industry and many others. This was a harsh lesson for many as mortgage lenders do not have a solid track record of adopting new technology promptly.

Sundeep Mathur of Tavant: The Technology-Enabled Loan Officer

One of the primary lessons of the COVID-19 crisis was that technology is an absolute requirement for business continuity in the mortgage industry and many others. This was a harsh lesson for many as mortgage lenders do not have a solid track record of adopting new technology promptly.