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Articles about Correspondent Lending

 

Residential | November 2019 
More Than a Backup Plan
The nonqualified mortgage, or non-QM loan, is the latest catch phrase in the mortgage industry. This should come as no surprise to observers who have watched over the past few years as stagnating dema...
By Andy Steben, senior vice president of correspondent lending, Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions

Residential | June 2018 
Grow Your Business Where the Borrowers Are
Today’s mortgage market is becoming increasingly difficult, with lower margins, aggressive competition, a decreasing origination forecast and climbing interest rates. On top of that, certain key housi...
By Sean Marr, director of correspondent lending, Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions

Residential | January 2018 
A Window of Opportunity
In the years after the mortgage crisis, regulatory requirements tended to disfavor independent mortgage originators and small mortgage companies. Everything from the Good Faith Estimate, the loan-orig...
By Terri Buckman, senior vice president of the national wholesale and non-delegated correspondent division, Finance of America Mortgage LLC

Residential | June 2017 
3 Clear Paths to Commercial Mortgages
With the midway point of the year fast approaching, residential originators across the country are taking a step back and evaluating their performance in the first six months of 2017. Thanks to rising...
By Ski Swiatkowski, vice president of business development, Silver Hill Funding

Residential | February 2017 
Growth Often Requires Change
Small, independent mortgage companies encounter a cruel set of consequences when they succeed. As they continue to produce and build a strong reputation, their business begins to grow. This growth in ...
By Adam Thorpe, president and chief operating officer, Castle & Cooke Mortgage LLC

Residential | January 2017 
Seek Refuge When Rates Rise
Residential mortgage originators have enjoyed the low interest rate environment in recent years that has provided healthy pipelines driven by purchases and enhanced by renewed refinance activity. At t...
By Paul Smoot, director of wholesale originations, LendingOne

Residential | May 2016 
Getting to the Next Level Requires an Expanded Reach
You are a mortgage originator working with a wholesale lender whose business has grown. You’ve been part of a team that has helped the company build a solid reputation, and it has good manag...
By Ed VanDuren, senior vice president of correspondent lending, Plaza Home Mortgage Inc.; and Salpi Meyer, national correspondent sales manager, Plaza Home Mortgage Inc.

Residential | December 2015 
Embracing the Changes Ahead
  Top 2016 Trends Fewer marketing-service agreements ...
By David Lykken, president, Transformational Mortgage Solutions

Residential | March 2015 
Deal out Your Loans
Lead generation, sales, compliance and customer service are all vital aspects of mortgage origination, but as any banker or broker knows, the origination business doesn’t end when a loan is closed. Se...
By John Ohman, founder and CEO, Flatirons Capital Management LLC

Residential | March 2012 
The Future of Correspondent Lending
Correspondent lending is a niche market for many mortgage brokers and bankers. By working with a larger lender that ultimately will either sell or service a loan, brokers and bankers can underwrite an...
By John Ohman, founder and CEO, Flatirons Capital Management LLC

Residential | November 2012 
FHA Correspondent Lending Is Not Dead
As recently as 2010, there were thousands of mortgage companies, banks and credit unions participating in Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loan programs as FHA-approved loan correspondents. The va...
By Scott Dodson, president and CEO, Federal Mortgage Licensing and Compliance

 
 




 
 

 
 

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