Guaranteed Rate Adding 100 California Jobs
Following a successful recruiting campaign in its home town, Guaranteed Rate will run the same campaign in Southern California. No experience is needed.
Compliance Services for HMDA, ATR, Day 1 Certainty
New and upgraded offerings recently unveiled by service providers promise to help lenders comply with the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, the Ability to Repay rule and Fannie Mae's Day 1 Certainty initiative.
Guaranteed Rate Hiring Hundreds
A big office expansion in Guaranteed Rate's home town will enable it to hire hundreds of loan originators who will handle online mortgage leads.
Mobile Mortgage Advancements
Financial institutions and home lenders are continuing to improve their mobile technology for the benefit of both employees and customers.
Mortgage Educators Tackle Sales, Reverse Mortgages
Reverse mortgages and loan originator sales development are among some of the topics covered in recent releases of mortgage-related education services and events.
Mortgage Professionals Get Educated
Opportunities to get educated about the mortgage business are being provided both by trade groups and private businesses. One program is targeting millennials who are being recruited to replace the aging loan originator population.
License Exam Cheating Costs New Day NY License
A scheme to cheat on license exams has cost New Day Financial LLC it's license to do business in New York. The action follows a multi-state settlement.
Freedom Recruiting Hundreds from Colleges
Hundreds of new employees are being hired by Freedom Mortgage Corp., and educational institutions are being targeted for the new recruits.
Lender Settles Allegations of Cheating on Exams
Executives at a mortgage banking firm are accused of collecting information about test exams and passing them on to loan originators. A multi-million-dollar, multi-state settlement includes the ouster of the chief operating officer.
Report Minimizes Student Loan Impact on Housing
A new report shows that college graduates can afford a home in most housing markets despite their student loans.