Scott Colclough: Amidst Uncertainty, Hedging Still Works

By maintaining a prudent hedging strategy constructed using mortgage-backed securities, mortgage lenders can match market movement on the value of borrower locks to the market in which the locks were taken.

Scott Colclough: Amidst Uncertainty, Hedging Still Works

By maintaining a prudent hedging strategy constructed using mortgage-backed securities, mortgage lenders can match market movement on the value of borrower locks to the market in which the locks were taken.

Scott Colclough: Amidst Uncertainty, Hedging Still Works

By maintaining a prudent hedging strategy constructed using mortgage-backed securities, mortgage lenders can match market movement on the value of borrower locks to the market in which the locks were taken.

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.

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.

Scott Colclough of Vice Capital Markets: Making the Jump to Advanced Executions

Shifting from best effort to mandatory execution marks a significant achievement in the evolution of a mortgage lending organization, as it represents a more sophisticated (and more profitable) secondary strategy. However, lenders are not always clear on the particulars to making this transition and, as a result, may be slower to change and/or experience a more difficult conversion process.