DIGITAL RISK NAMES JIM JAJTNER VP, DILIGENCE SERVICES

Joins Team Offering Guidance To Ensure Compliance, Quality and Confidence in Lending

MAY 21, 2018 — Digital Risk LLC today announced the appointment of Jim Jajtner as VP of Diligence Services. Jim has 18 years’ experience in underwriting, regulatory compliance, training, residential and commercial loan servicing, loss mitigation and collections in the mortgage industry.

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Digital Risk’s LoanFx™ Integrates with Black Knight’s LoanSphere Empower Loan Origination System

MAITLAND, Fla., April 19, 2018 — Digital Risk LLC, an Mphasis company, a leading end-to-end origination, risk, compliance, due diligence and technology services company providing solutions to the mortgage, consumer lending, financial services and other regulated industries, today announced an agreement to integrate its LoanFx digital mortgage platform with Black Knight’s LoanSphere Empower loan origination system (LOS).

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Digital Risk enhances Due Diligence Service Offerings with hiring of industry veteran Sadie Gurley

Former Goldman Sachs Exec Will Help Meet Surging Demand for Guidance to Ensure Compliance, Quality and Confidence in the Secondary Market

MAITLAND, Fla., APRIL 17, 2018 — Digital Risk LLC, an Mphasis company, an end-to-end origination, due diligence, compliance, and technology services company that partners with the mortgage, consumer lending, and financial services companies, today announced that Sadie J. Gurley has joined the company as Head of Diligence Services.

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Mphasis – Digital Risk Named Major Contender in ‘Mortgage BPO – Service Provider Landscape with Services PEAK MatrixTM‘ report by Everest Group

Digital Risk LLC, an Mphasis company, a leading end to end originations, risk, compliance, and technology services company providing differentiated solutions to the mortgage, consumer lending, and other regulated industries, today announced that it has been recognized as a Major Contender by Everest Group, a consulting and research firm focused on strategic IT, business services and sourcing, in its report titled: ‘Mortgage BPO – Service Provider Landscape with Services PEAK MatrixTM’.

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CITI TO OFFER DIGITAL RISK’s LoanFx™, A REVOLUTIONARY DIGITAL MORTGAGE PLATFORM FOR ENHANCED CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

Digital Risk’s LoanFx™ To Provide CitiMortgage a Fully Digital Integrated Mortgage Origination Platform

 

Maitland, Fla.  –  (January 08, 2018) – Digital Risk LLC, an Mphasis company, a leading End to End Origination, risk, compliance, and technology services company providing differentiated solutions to the mortgage, consumer lending, and other regulated industries, today announced CitiMortgage as a marquee client for its digital mortgage platform, LoanFx.

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ELLIE MAE AND DIGITAL RISK ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO ENHANCE QUALITY CONTROL REVIEW PROCESS THROUGH ELLIE MAE’S ENCOMPASS

Partnership will replace manual tasks with automation for added quality, compliance and efficiency

 

PLEASANTON, Calif. – October 19, 2017 – Ellie Mae® (NYSE: ELLI), the leading cloud-based platform provider for the mortgage finance industry, announced today a partnership with Digital Risk, a leading risk, compliance, and technology services company that offers differentiated solutions to the mortgage, consumer lending, and other regulated industries, to enhance the quality control review process for Ellie Mae’s customers.

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Digital Risk Names Brian Adams to Sales Team

Maitland, FL – September 19, 2017 – Digital Risk has named Brian Adams, mortgage industry veteran in the Due Diligence space to the company’s leadership team effective immediately. In his new role, as Vice President of Business Development, Brian will oversee the growth of Digital Risk’s Due Diligence business and report to Co-Founder and Managing Director, Jeffrey C. Taylor.

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Americans View The Health Of The Housing Market As Improved And Owning A Home As A Good Investment

Americans View The Health Of The Housing Market As Improved And Owning A Home As A Good Investment

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Survey by Digital Risk also finds mixed view of housing regulations, desire for streamlined process; most not ready to apply via smartphone.

MAITLAND, Fla.,July 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — A decade after the housing crisis, a majority of homeowners perceive the housing market as having strengthened, and an overwhelming number of respondents view owning a house as a solid investment, according to survey data released today by Digital Risk, a national leader in mortgage outsourcing solutions.

The survey indicated that over half of homeowners believe the housing market in their region and nationwide has improved. It also found that the majority of homeowners (91%) and renters (83%) view home ownership as a good investment. The survey of 1,057 U.S. homeowners and 509 renters was conducted between May 26 and June 2.

Confidence in the housing sector is being driven by a noticeable increase in home values. Eighty-seven percent of homeowners have seen their appraisal values holding or increasing, while just 12% saw a decrease. Sixteen percent saw gains of more than 20% in value.
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Drew Vandermay of Digital Risk named to HousingWire’s Rising Star 2017

Drew Vandermay of Digital Risk named to HousingWire’s Rising Star 2017

Drew Vandermay, AVP, Valuation Services at Digital Risk, LLC has been named a winner of Housing Wire’s Rising Star Award for 2017

Each year, the HousingWire editorial staff selects top professionals representing a variety of occupations within the housing industry, but all of them demonstrate leadership and innovation that not only inspires those within their own companies, but also in their communities and in the industry at large.

According to the magazine, some of HW’s 2017 Rising Stars have worked their way up in traditional mortgage companies, while others started their own businesses. They have made their mark in marketing, fintech, economics, compliance, operations management, business development and asset management.
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home equity lines of credit

Potential borrowers unfamiliar with or reluctant to obtain home equity lines of credit; Fed rate hikes discouraging applicants

MAITLAND, Fla. – APRIL 27, 2017 — A decade after the housing market crisis, most homeowners say they are reluctant to take out home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) to meet other financial needs. At the same time, one in five are unfamiliar with the common loan instrument and 30 percent do not know how to apply for one, according to survey data released today.

The survey of 1,038 U.S. homeowners by Digital Risk, the nation’s largest independent processor of mortgage loans, also found that ongoing hikes in interest rates by the Federal Reserve are deterring 92 percent of those who might borrow HELOCs from applying at this time.

The survey of was taken March 14-18, just as Chairwoman Janet Yellen announced an increase in the benchmark federal funds rate by 0.25 percent.
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