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Residential | November 2018 
A Privacy Law Heard Around the World
In the mortgage industry, compliance issues usually involve protections for borrowers in terms of equal housing opportunities, as well as loan quality or profitability. Typically, the industry focuses...
By Kathryne (Kate) M. Morris, privacy and technology lawyer, Clark Hill Strasburger; and Stacey Geringer, president, Collabrian Design & Technology and Mortgage Bank Solutions

Commercial | January 2015 
Mortgage Fraud Is No Laughing Matter
With the economy improving and capital beginning to flow back into the commercial loan marketplace, unfortunately, incidences of  mortgage fraud are also rising — and at an alarming rate. Because ther...
By Noah Grayson, president and founder, South End Capital Corp. (SECC)

Residential | July 2007 
Nonprime: Who’s Getting Sued?
With the market having taken a downturn, borrowers and others are turning to the legal system for answers. Numerous industry players are finding themselves in the midst of lawsuits — on both sides o...
By Paul Warner, partner, Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro LLP

Residential | March 2007 
Credit Bureaus: Breaking the Law?
Trigger leads are becoming increasingly popular in the mortgage industry. A trigger lead is a mortgage lead that the credit bureaus sell to mortgage companies and to lead-generation companies. They ...
By Edward Jamison, founder, CreditCRM.com

Commercial | April 2008 
Don’t Let Vapor Intrude in Your Deals
The subject of vapor intrusion continues to generate publicity around the nation. In New York, one major corporation faces a class-action lawsuit for more than $100 million in damages from vapo...
By Kevin Langwell, senior vice president, Terracon

 
 




 
 

 
 

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