• Customer marketing on the rise in 2017 by Ryan Smith

    New research finds that businesses are taking marketing strategy more seriously than ever before — but there’s still plenty of room for improvement

  • AI and the future of the mortgage industry by Ryan Smith

    AI and machine learning — once the stuff of science fiction — are now becoming reality. How will this new technology change the mortgage industry — and how important is it for mortgage pros to get on board now?

  • MBA releases TRID resources by Justin da Rosa

    The Know Before You Owe rule implementation deadline is weeks away, and this latest set of documents will help originators with last minute studying

  • Is there still room for the face-to-face in the Internet age? by Donald Horne

    Homebuyers are starting their search for a mortgage loan online – and for some, doing it all online. What was once a very personal transaction is now possible hundreds of miles away – but does that mean old-fashioned values and service is just as distant?

  • Legislation that will benefit originators lacks industry support by Justin da Rosa

    Not enough originators are contacting their Congressional representatives to cosponsor a bill that will benefit them, according to one industry association

  • Taking a lesson from tanking by MPA

    Watching others fail can cause us to feel empathy – or twisted satisfaction – but we should be learning valuable lessons

  • TRID could slow mortgage sector, warns industry veteran by Donald Horne

    The mortgage industry is thriving, but that growth is being stunted by restrictive policies coming from Washington – and could be crushed altogether if more regulation is placed on the process of lending and buying a home

  • Software provider pick the brains of loan officers by Donald Horne

    Software providers struggling to meet the demand of the mortgage loan market are actively looking to better connect with loan officers, and originators, in order to keep atop of evolving needs


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