BlackFin Group Sets Date For Second ILC Conference

By | February 17, 2021

Industry leaders set to come together to address industry’s most significant challenges. LAGUNA HILLS, CA—February 17, 2021—BlackFin Group, a management consulting firm serving the Mortgage Banking Industry, has set the date for the second meeting of its innovation-focused think tank, the Innovation Leadership Cohort (ILC). The ILC is composed of notable industry leaders from regional, state and community… Read More »

New Technology Contributes to AMC Growth in 2020

By | January 22, 2021

Despite the challenges, the company added both clients and staff during COVID-19. Washington, D.C., – January 22, 2021 – Appraisal Logistics, a leading provider of high quality appraisal management services, technology and compliance solutions for the residential/commercial mortgage industry, announced that the company grew top line revenue by over 50 percent last year, despite the pandemic and its… Read More »

QuestSoft Adds New LeadER Multi-Quote Prequalification Compliance Review to Compliance EAGLE

By | November 12, 2020

New automated service verifies APR and payment streams, while also applying compliance rules to reduce or alleviate regulatory errors during the prequalification process. LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., November 12, 2020 – QuestSoft Corporation has added a digital compliance tool to its Compliance EAGLE platform that delivers critical compliance at a justified price point during the loan prequalification process.  LeadER… Read More »

Appraisal Logistics Sponsors Virginia MBA Show

By | September 10, 2020

Vendor steps up to support industry trade, despite COVID-19 Washington, D.C., – September 9, 2020 – Appraisal Logistics, a leading provider of high quality appraisal management services, technology and compliance solutions for the residential/commercial mortgage industry, announced today that the company will sponsor the 2020 Virtual Annual Convention & Awards for the Virginia Mortgage Bankers Association (VMBA). The… Read More »

U.S mortgage rates fall into uncharted territory

By | July 20, 2020

“Mortgage rates fell below 3 percent for the first time in 50 years. The drop has led to increased homebuyer demand and, these low rates have been capitalized into asset prices in support of the financial markets,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist. “However, the countervailing force for the economy has been the rise in new virus cases… Read More »

Appraisal Logistics Product Powers Non-Contact, Safe Home Valuation for HELOC Lending

By | June 24, 2020

Appraisal Logistics Product Powers Non-Contact, Safe Home Valuation for HELOC Lending Property Vision remains free for lenders seeking to keep borrowers safe Washington, D.C., – June 24, 2020 – Appraisal Logistics, a leading provider of high quality appraisal management services, technology and compliance solutions for the residential/commercial mortgage industry, announced today that the company’s new Property Vision appraisal… Read More »

Appraisal Logistics Offers Free Social Distancing Collateral Valuation Tool to Reverse Mortgage Lenders

By | June 24, 2020

Appraisal Logistics Offers Free Social Distancing Collateral Valuation Tool to Reverse Mortgage Lenders By adding Property Vision to any contact-less valuation product, including AMVs, lenders gain the benefit of more accurate valuations and safer older borrowers Washington, D.C., – June 24, 2020 – Appraisal Logistics, a leading provider of high quality appraisal management services, technology and compliance solutions… Read More »

John G. Stevens Named HousingWire 2020 Rising Star

By | June 12, 2020

PRESS RELEASE For immediate release Contact: Rick Grant, 570-497-1026   John G. Stevens Named HousingWire 2020 Rising Star After nearly twenty years in the industry, Stevens is recognized for championing a new concept. EL SEGUNDO, CA–June 12, 2020–SRE Mortgage Alliance, Inc., a technology focused wholesale lender specializing in residential home loans, announced today that John G. Stevens, the… Read More »

Mortgage bailout swells to 4.1 million borrowers, but demand is slowing

By | May 8, 2020

“After surging at the beginning of April and then rising again near the 15th — when most mortgages become past due and late fees are charged — the number of new forbearance requests has declined in recent weeks,” said Ben Graboske, president of Black Knight Data & Analytics. “What remains an open question at this point is to what… Read More »