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Residential | March 2013 
Will Your Loans Stand Up to Scrutiny?
Throughout the past few years, the mortgage industry has placed a greater emphasis on loan quality. Not long ago, origination volume was the leading concern on the minds of many mortgage brokers and b...
By Sanjeev Dahiwadkar, president and CEO, IndiSoft LLC

Residential | February 2013 
Appraise the Situation
With the recent surge in regulations, it’s become increasingly difficult for mortgage professionals to find compliant business partners. As the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) gears up its...
By Aaron Fowler, president and co-founder, United States Appraisals

Residential | February 2013 
Vendor Vetting 101
Ever since the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed in 2010, many within the settlement-services industry have been waiting for the other shoe to drop. These professionals ...
By Alexander Crompton, director of corporate communications, Mandrien Consulting Group

Residential | January 2013 
The Major Problem With Micromanaging
It’s no secret that the mortgage industry has become the focus of intense federal attention as a result of the recent financial crisis. The lack of appropriate regulations and the ineffective enforcem...
By Stanley M. Gordon, managing member, Gordon & Associates

Residential | November 2012 
Don’t Get Blown Off Course by AIR Misconceptions
Appraisals are one of the most important aspects of the loan process. A high-quality appraisal can make closing a transaction a breeze, but a low-quality appraisal can have the opposite effect, taking...
By Sara W. Stephens, 2012 president, Appraisal Institute


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