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The Wall Street Journal Jumbo lending picks up as underwriting rules loosen, especially for income requirements, which has enabled more people to qualify for credit. The evident spike in the jumbo-loan originations and the monthly income figures is clearly reflective of the scope of Jumbo Lending in the Mortgage future. The Wall Street Journal quotes […]
The Wall Street Journal Digital Risk’s Co-Founder & Managing Director Jeffrey Taylor was quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding the effect of loosened underwriting on the jumbo loan market. The article details how the volume of jumbo lending has steadily increased due to less stringent underwriting rules – especially for income requirements.
Secondary Marketing Executive Digital Risk Compliance Attorney Meaghan James explains which areas of concern were either addressed or left untouched in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) proposed rule, “Amendments to Federal Mortgage Disclosure Requirements under the Truth in Lending Act (Regulation Z).” Meaghan shares that while the proposed rule addresses most of the […]
NerdWallet – Fed Rate Hike In a NerdWallet article regarding anticipations surrounding the Federal Reserve rate hike, Jeffrey Taylor was quoted on how the fed rate hike would affect the mortgage industry. Most experts predict the Fed will raise interest rates by a quarter point. While a majority of those working on Wall Street expect […]
The MReport In this MReport article, Digital Risk’s Leo Loomie, VP, Client Services was quoted on how the purchase and refinance markets would be impacted by a potential interest rate hike. The article, “How Would a Fed Rate Hike Affect the Mortgage Industry?” describes how expectations for a rate hike in September are dwindling due […]
Scotsman Guide Digital Risk’s Jeff Taylor was quoted in the Scotsman Magazine article, “HARP extended through September 2017,” regarding the benefits of extending the program. As announced by the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) will be extended to September 2017, which is when Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will […]
Mortgage Banking Magazine Digital Risk’s Kimberly Lanham, SVP, Marketing & Client Relations, shares how lenders can use social media and digital advertising to their advantage while staying in the confines of regulation. Her article “The Land Mines of Social Media Marketing,” which was published in the August issue of Mortgage Banking Magazine, explains what every […]
Digital Risk’s Rose Bogan, SVP of Governance, Risk & Compliance, shared key insights on how to stay out of regulatory crosshairs and ensure survival through the dangerous game of compliance. Her article, “How NOT to lose in the game of compliance,” was published in the July issue of Mortgage Banking Magazine. Throughout the piece, Rose […]
Digital Risk is fortunate to be led by several strong female executives. In May of 2016, several company leaders partnered with the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) to host the Women in Real Estate Finance Networking Luncheon at MBA’s National Secondary Market Conference & Expo. Three months later, Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman and VP, Origination […]
Digital Risk’s Chief Legal Officer Debbie Hoffman and VP, Quality & Training Traci Cox have been named to HousingWire’s 2016 Women of Influence!
This is the sixth year that HousingWire has recognized the women leading our industry forward. This year’s list includes 43 winners who represent a range of occupations within the housing economy and who demonstrate leadership that inspires those in their own companies, in their communities, and in the industry at large.