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How Customizable Automation Can Make Workflows More Efficient for Lenders?

2022-05-08T05:56:33-07:00Private Money Lending|

Finding the best methods to use automation as it continues to impact the real estate market significantly can help lenders sharpen their competitive edge. Lenders are virtually always thinking about accomplishing more with less, automating as much of the process as feasible. However, many [...]

Three Steps Lenders Should Take when Selecting an eVault Provider

2022-05-08T05:59:12-07:00Private Money Lending|

eVaults are a significant aspect of any end-to-end digital mortgage transformation. They make it possible for lenders to create and securely keep eNotes and speed up capital market transactions. eVaults also help borrowers have a better customer experience by streamlining contacts with other mortgage [...]

How Lenders Can Capitalize on Reverse Mortgage Business

2022-05-08T06:00:07-07:00Private Money Lending|

With the housing market in flux, originators are looking for profitable possibilities to help borrowers and their bottom lines. In light of the recent happenings in the housing market, there is no better time to educate and enlighten lenders and borrowers about reverse mortgage [...]

Non-QM Lenders Struggle to Navigate Volatile Waters

2022-04-29T03:24:45-07:00Timely|

Fast-rising interest rates are fuelling today's mortgage market catastrophe. The rate hikes began in January and are still going on. The mortgage business is dealing with rapidly growing inflation, exacerbated by congested supply chains, the escalating war in Ukraine, and the linked, expanding sanctions, [...]

The Impacts of Mortgage Loan Modifications in the Lending Space

2022-05-08T06:00:23-07:00Private Money Lending|

A loan modification alters the conditions of a lender's mortgage, making it more accessible to borrowers. For example, suppose eligible borrowers have trouble making their monthly mortgage payments or have fallen behind and face foreclosure. In that case, a loan modification may be the [...]

What Lenders Should Know About Today’s Economic Climate

2022-05-08T06:05:32-07:00Private Money Lending|

Mortgage lenders around the country are dealing with a turbulent housing market because of the Federal Reserve's recent rate hike, the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, and the ongoing economic recovery following the pandemic. Lenders are also preparing for expected margin compression in the next [...]

What Metaverse Real Estate Means for Mortgage Professionals

2022-05-08T06:08:07-07:00Private Money Lending|

The Metaverse is an artificial digital world where users may interact with and mimic the actual world using virtual reality and augmented reality. In addition, virtual real estate is now a part of Metaverse's offers as it grows. Actual Real Estate is referred to [...]

AXY Wrap: The Future of Lending in Innovative Risk Mitigation

2022-05-08T06:10:17-07:00Private Money Lending|

Axylyum Charter, a firm intended at revolutionizing the troubled mortgage-backed asset field through innovation, is positioning its solution, AXY Wrap, as the parachute required to accompany the lending industry's future. The product serves as new protection for retail and wholesale lenders by removing the [...]

California Housing Speculation Act: California Flip Tax Bill Raises Concerns for Lenders

2022-04-16T06:00:11-07:00Timely|

AB 1771, also referred to as the California Housing Speculation Act (the "Act"), seeks to tax the percentage of capital gain from the sale or exchange of residential properties within three years of the purchase of the property by an investor at a higher [...]

Deeper Asset History Unlocks New Lending Opportunities

2022-05-08T06:23:10-07:00Private Money Lending|

Lenders have always taken a "less is more" attitude to asset paperwork, which is understandable. However, obtaining, examining, and (often) re-requesting statements for all parties concerned can be tedious and time-consuming. Borrowers must supply lenders with all statement pages, including those purposely left blank [...]

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