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That includes automating processes like the collection of borrower and property data, appraisals and communications with partners — anything that saves time, money, and grief!
Which companies have new relationships? Which are merging or being acquired? Stay right on top of these shifts as they come to market.
Leading thinkers will identify channels and practices that deliver the best return on investment.
Important coverage of secondary mortgage markets, and issues governed by Fannie, Freddie, and the like.
From secondary mortgage markets to fair lending laws, data privacy, and RESPA, we’ll keep you in the know and in the now.
New startups changing the game, consumer behavior, and more.
"We’re seeing a tighter linkage between real estate professionals and the mortgage and title professionals that handle the last mile of the transaction. We’re excited to deepen that connection and deliver the news and stories that will help everyone improve the entire experience for the consumer."
Inman Mortgage & Title Managing Editor
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Extra Credit is for the entire ecosystem of the real estate industry, but particularly valuable to mortgage loan officers, brokers, and servicers; title, escrow, and settlement professionals; and the software developers, executives, entrepreneurs, and investors who work up and down the real estate transaction.
This is the first smart, fast, easy-to-access mortgage newsletter of its kind. With a heavy focus on the technology shaping and changing the industry, it covers the beat with an eye toward the future of the digital transaction, and how smart professionals can stay ahead.