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HousingWire News Podcast: If your lending tech isn’t what Millennials want, can you survive long-term?

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This isn’t the first time Warren has called for Sloan to be removed. the abuses do not occur again," said outgoing Fed Chair Janet Yellen. Caroline Basile is HousingWire’s Online Editor. She joined.

The Millennial Mindset: Ep 2 - Comparing Millennials To Elder Generations HousingWire News Podcast: If your lending tech isn’t what Millennials want, can you survive long-term? May 9, 2019 / in Uncategorized / by Lindsay The HousingWire News Podcast is a weekly wrap of the top news stories by Editor-in-Chief Jacob Gaffney.

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National Mortgage News | March 20, 2018. Reverse Mortgages Surge at Ginnie Mae. The recent spikes in HMBS volume reflect a rush by lenders to originate HECMs prior to regulatory changes last fall, said Wendy Peel, a vice president at mortgage technology vendor ReverseVision. Read More.

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FDIC OKs Delay of FAS 166, 167 Effect on Capital FAS 166 or that is consolidated under FAS 167 to be either brought back or remain on balance sheet, with a resulting effect on a bank’s risk-based capital requirements. To address this, the FDIC’s final rule provides for (a) a two-quarter delay, at the option of the bank, for the implementation by a bank in recognizing prior existing

Hi HousingWire readers! The housing industry saw an eventful. The article breaks down what the housing market might see in the next year, as well as what homebuyers and lenders can both expect. 1..

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