Undisclosed liabilities are one of the fastest growing loan quality defects originators are facing today. In this HousingWire article, readers learn from us on what threats are facing the mortgage industry currently and how you can leverage technology to provide lending solutions for risk mitigation.
Just because your workforce is remote doesn’t mean loan quality and cycle time can’t stay consistent with pre-pandemic metrics. In this National Mortgage News article, we enlighten readers on what lenders may need to evaluate about their workflow process post-pandemic to be able to produce consistent, quality loans.
Tech that simplifies and streamlines the verification process enables lenders to deliver a better borrower experience. We explain why lenders need to take another look at their quality control workflow process to see how they can leverage technology to improve the borrower experience in this HousingWire article.
In this article, you’ll learn from the experts about industry challenges and risks, the time and costs savings associated with automation, guidance for leveraging home equity lending and flood zone determinations to make fast and accurate decisions and how to successfully implement automation.
Watch this industry expert discussion that explores the rising concern of wire fraud, how it may affect lenders, and solutions available to help prevent it.
Lenders, learn how to identify and prevent WFH fraud. Work from home (WFH) fraud is real. When the pandemic pushed workers out of offices and into their homes, lenders lost a lot of oversight and control with their employees, employees lost a constant source of education and guidance, and risk found a new entry point.
In this on-demand webinar, experts from Ellie Mae and DataVerify Flood Services discuss the advantages of leveraging technology and automation within the lending process.
Learn to implement automation to speed up the home equity lending process, leverage data to mitigate risk, save money while enhancing overall home equity lending protocols and prepare for new trends that stand to reshape the home equity lending environment.