Fed: CFPB rules causing banks to cut back on lending
A substantial percentage of banks have seen significant cuts in their approval rates because of CFPB rules, according to a new report by the Fed
Branch Opportunity of the Week: Carrington -- marketing and education
One of the main advantages of joining a branch network is the marketing and CRM support a big company provides. And Carrington Mortgage Services takes marketing and CRM very seriously, especially now that it’s focusing on providing mortgage ...
Branch Opportunity of the Week: Carrington pursues largely untapped market
When you’re looking for a branch network, you want one that separates itself from the pack and opens up opportunities for new business. That’s why Carrington, one of the only mortgage companies specifically pursuing the underserved market, ...
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Norcom moves wholesale division in-house
The change will ensure account executives will be there when originators need them
GAO to investigate CFPB discrimination charges
The Government Accountability Office will begin an investigation into the culture and management practices of the CFPB in response to months of allegations about discrimination and retaliation at the agency
Branch Opportunity of the Week: Carrington Mortgage Services
If you’re looking to join a branch network that’s aggressively entrepreneurial, consistently innovative, and has an unmatched corporate support structure, Carrington Mortgage Services may be the place for you
From the Forum: A tangled timeshare problem
The great thing about MPA's discussion forum is that originators can bring their tough cases to their colleagues for advice. And an MPA reader just shared a tangled timeshare problem
Compensation: Who can share in the profits?
With the new compensation regulations faced by the mortgage industry, it's important to understand your role in your organization
Economic numbers a wash for mortgage rates
Bond traders were worried that personal consumption expenditures (PCE) would creep up, signaling that inflation was trending toward the Fed’s 2% goal and that the agency would raise interest rates earlier than planned. But that’s not what h ...