The Learning Center

Our Learning Center ensures that every reader has a resource that helps them establish and maintain a competitive advantage, or leadership position. For instance, loan originators and brokers will have one-click access to resources that will help them increase their productivity. Search topics by category and keyword and generate free videos, webinars, white papers and other resources. If you would like to add your content to the learning center, please click here  or email Tim Murphy at tim@themortgageleader.com.

Rating
Featured/Unfeatured
Claimed/Unclaimed
Highlights Include the Reintroduction of Asset Depletion and DSCR Qualification Methods EAST MEADOW, NY, MAY 27, 2020 — Sprout Mortgage, the leading nationwide force in non-QM residential l...
By Michael O’Connell Mortgage lenders and servicers who operate in the secondary market are familiar with the documentation requirements to ensure smooth transitions of their assets into that marke...
By Danny Byrnes, VP Sales and Marketing This white paper is written for mortgage servicers that manage the lien release process as a final step in processing mortgage loan payoffs. This report cove...
Technology has impacted virtually every industry, particularly the financial sector. Whether it’s the development of new forms of currency or expanding how and where investors can trade,the financi...
Mobile food-delivery apps offer multiple status alerts when we order a $10 pizza. Shipping companies let us not only see every step in a $40 package’s journey but reschedule delivery or redirect th...
Untitled.png
This paper is the Credit Union National Association’s (CUNA) comprehensive response to the various requests for information (RFIs) issued by the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau or C...
Untitled.png
This Complaint Snapshot provides a high-level overview of trends in consumer complaints and supplements the Consumer Response Annual Report with more recent information about monthly changes in com...
Untitled.png
In this paper, we study the effects of FinTech lending on the U.S. mortgage market. Our main hypothesis is that the FinTech lending model represents a technological innovation that reduces friction...
Showing 11 results
Get Our Latest Updates Here
click me