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Greenwich Estate Sells For Record $120 Million
on Wednesday April 16 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
One of the most expensive single-family residential properties in the U.S. sold last week for a whopping $120 million. Copper Beech Farm, a 51-acre property [read more]
Bank Of America Settles With FGIC For $950 Million
on Wednesday April 16 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
Bank of America Corp. will pay $950 million to settle claims brought by mortgage insurer Financial Guaranty Insurance Co. (FGIC) and several groups of investors [read more]
Mixed Feelings About Reverse Mortgages
on Wednesday April 16 2014 by Patrick Barnard print the content item
BLOG VIEW: I have mixed feelings about reverse mortgages. I think it was around 2010 that I first heard about the reverse mortgage by way [read more]
Ellie Mae: Network Outage Was Not Due To Malicious Attack
on Monday April 14 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
Loan origination system (LOS) provider Ellie Mae reports that the recent network outage that affected its customers two weeks ago was not due to a [read more]
J.P. Kelly: Most 'Web-Based' LOS Systems Are Not Truly SaaS
on Monday April 14 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
PERSON OF THE WEEK: J.P. Kelly is president of loan origination system (LOS) and pricing engine provider OpenClose. MortgageOrb recently interviewed Kelly to learn more [read more]
Jim Silva: Regression Analysis Now Vital To The Mortgage Industry
on Wednesday April 09 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
PERSON OF THE WEEK: Jim Silva is CEO and president of EMC2Data, a global provider of storage, data protection, security, infrastructure management and workflow solutions [read more]
AMCs Generally Receptive To Proposed 'Minimum Requirements' Rule
on Tuesday April 08 2014 by Patrick Barnard print the content item
Six federal agencies including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are currently collecting public comments on [read more]
Fenway Summer Acquires Ethos Lending, Gears Up To Offer 'Non-QM' Loans
on Monday April 07 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
Fenway Summer, the advisory and venture firm launched last year by former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Deputy Director Raj Date, is gearing up to [read more]
OIG Says CFPB Isn't Following Its Own Examination Guidelines
on Friday April 04 2014 by MortgageOrb.com print the content item
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) needs to improve the efficiency of its program for supervision of banks and non-banks, the Office of the Inspector [read more]
Two Possible Reasons For The Ellie Mae DDoS Attack
on Thursday April 03 2014 by Patrick Barnard print the content item
BLOG VIEW: In case you didn't hear, loan origination system provider Ellie Mae's network went down for more than 24 hours starting on March 31 [read more]
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