Over 2 Dozen Mortgage-Related Events Next 90 Days
More than two dozen mortgage-related events take place during the next three months. Among the topics to be covered are compliance, warehouse lending and servicing. Social media, mortgage technology and banking are also on the agenda.
Highlights from Mortgage Bankers Conference
Thousands of people attended the premier annual convention for mortgage bankers last week, and Mortgage Daily was on hand to cover the event.
Only 3 Situations Where TRID Causes Closing Delays
Despite warnings from the industry to the contrary, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says there are only three situations where a loan closing will be delayed using the new integrated disclosures.
Conferences Focus On Mortgage Compliance
Multiple upcoming events will provide insight into mortgage compliance for home lenders, residential loan servicers and financial institutions.
Several Home Lending Conferences On the Calendar
Upcoming mortgage-related conferences and events include one on government lending, one focused on a single technology platform and several targeted at financial institutions.
Events for Mortgage Bankers, Brokers and Pros
Mortgage professionals, mortgage brokers and mortgage bankers have a bevy of conventions and events to choose from over the coming months.
Washington Appraiser Recognized Nationally
A real estate appraiser has been recognized by a national appraisal association for his ethics and contributions to the industry and community.
AMCs Enhance Offerings
Several appraisal management companies have integrated new technology into their platforms in an effort to improve services to lenders. Meanwhile, appraisers and valuation firms are meeting in North Texas.
Conferences Address TRID, Secondary Issues
Among the topics being covered at upcoming mortgage-related events are secondary marketing and the new integrated disclosures required under the Truth in Lending Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act.
Experts Address Future of Secondary Mortgage Market
Who will the giants of the secondary mortgage market pass the baton to as their investment footprints diminish over the next several years?