Banks Lead Way Into Social Media Utilization
A pair of recent reports reveal how prospective financial services customers are using social media and how financial institutions are capitalizing on the trend.
Several Topics to Be Covered at Mortgage Events
Topics to be covered at several upcoming events tied to home lending include mortgage servicing rights, reverse mortgages and social media. Compliance is also on the agenda.
Best Banks On Social Media
A trio of community banks have recently been recognized for their ability to be innovative in their utilization of social media platforms.
Mortgage Mad Men
Advertising and marketing for the home-lending industry has gone digital and promises to help mortgage sales people adhere to new regulations.
How Mortgage Lenders Can Do Better
A survey of current borrowers found the lending process was a mostly positive experience, though three areas of needed improvement were identified.
Mortgage Firm Makes it to Super Bowl
Although there are several advertising campaigns running for multiple mortgage firms, one will be featured in the Super Bowl.
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.
Most Savvy Small Banks With Social Media
A ranking of community banks based on their social media prowess was topped by a financial institution in the Lone Star State.
Final Guidance Issued for Social Media
Final guidance for the use of social media by mortgage lenders and financial institutions acknowledges the value of the medium while discussing the risks and requirements for social media users.
Proposed Social Media Guidance Issued
While there are many benefits to the use of social media, a host of risks exist for lenders and banks. Mortgage firms, in particular, need to ensure that their social media communications comply with existing laws and regulations. Federal financial regulators have issued proposed guidance for use of the medium.