Opinion
As the summer comes to an end, here's a roundup of some recent mortgage-related research that you might have missed
by Lew Sichelman | Sep 10
As lending standards loosen, the environment for fraud — and cautionary tales — returns
by Jim Weix | May 1
Instead of encrypted email, BuyerDocs uses highly secure, AES-backed document storage to store and send wiring instructions
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 1
Cooperative is aimed at streamlining closings while maintaining security for agents, buyers and lenders
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 6
Can we trust in facial recognition to end wire fraud? The new Trusted Mail plugin for Gmail and Outlook seeks to do just that...
by Craig C. Rowe | Jan 23
Michigan-based titled company is cracking down on real estate fraud with identity confirmation, device authentication and two-factor verification
by Craig C. Rowe | Dec 7
Opinion
If you know someone is fibbing on his or her mortgage application and allow it to happen, you are contributing to the fraud
by Lew Sichelman | Oct 19
Metros hit hardest in the crash continue to improve
by Jennifer Riner | Sep 27
First American Loan Application Defect Index reported fraud risk is reaching new lows this year
by Kimberly Manning | Aug 2
CoreLogic Mortgage Application Fraud Risk Index list dominated by sunny climates
by Kimberly Manning | Jul 28
Whenever something bad happens, we will overreact -- overreaction in direct proportion to how bad the bad was
by Lou Barnes | Mar 1
Mortgage fraud fell for the fifth consecutive month in a row
by Inman | Jan 29
Mortgage fraud fell for the fifth consecutive month in a row
by Inman | Jan 29
Mortgage fraud fell for the fifth consecutive month in a row
by Inman | Jan 28
Mortgage fraud fell for the fifth consecutive month in a row nationally
by Inman | Jan 28