A lot of information has passed through the minds of analysts in the past few weeks. We have had a preliminary measure of economic growth of 6.4% for the first quarter, which would be astounding if it were not seen
One of the most overlooked books in the mortgage industry was a book written by Todd Ballenger, called Borrow Smart Repay Smart.
It is about the way we misunderstand borrowing and mistakes people make when buying or refinance a house.
Experian – 89% of lenders believe alternative credit data improves financial access for consumers seeking credit during COVID-19 pandemicMortgage Ledger Staff2020-09-18T13:16:07-04:00
Latest State of Alternative Credit Data report shows most consumers willing to provide additional information to lenders for improved credit access
As part of its mission to use data to keep the credit economy open to more consumers, Experian®
Great interview on Fintech Hunting with Michael Hammond JD, CMT about top producers, workflows, and technology.Mortgage Ledger Staff2020-07-29T15:09:15-04:00
Don’t miss this newly released episode of the Fintech Hunting Podcast where we discuss the current state of credit in the mortgage market, technologies role, tools to help LO’s, and how to create borrower’s for life and so much more.
All markets are not created equal and neither are all homes for sale. This would explain why some homes languish on the market for months and others sell practically overnight. What makes the difference? In this article, we will look
It is not often that the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board is interviewed on national television. But these are certainly not normal times. Perhaps the whole world was not watching, but economists and market analysts certainly were. While acknowledging
From interest rate volatility to servicing liquidity issues to bursting refinance pipelines, mortgage lenders have weathered the coronavirus storm fairly well, STRATMOR Group says in its latest monthly Insights Report. But lenders must retain the lessons they’ve learned, especially when
Some states have begun opening up. We are starting to see the “new normal” we spoke about, but for now this normalcy does not seem to be very normal. The best description of our moving forward is not turning on
It was almost 50 years ago that the rising price of oil was one of the factors which helped plunge us into a deep recession. And while not the most important factor, subsequent recessions have followed previous peaks in oil
In the year 1910, life expectancy in the U.S. was only 50 years. By the year 2000, life expectancy had increased to 73 years. The overall effect of this longevity on the population of the United States is significant. Between