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Articles from Mortgage Banking (October 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
2004 in review. Pfotenhauer, Kurt 970
A multifamily man: Michael F. Petrie, president of P/R Mortgage & Investment Corporation, is the incoming chair of the Mortgage Bankers Association. He is the first leader of the trade group to come from the multifamily side of the business. Hewitt, Janet Reilley 4101
A new vision for valuation: what if there was a simple FICO-like score for property valuations? It could dramatically change the risk associated with collateral. And it's closer than you think. Hershkowitz, Brian 3580
A small world: global capital markets mean real estate investors worldwide often share the same concerns and insights about market opportunities. We tracked down some of the best and asked them for their thoughts on where markets are going on both sides of the Atlantic. Taylor, Marshall 2732
AllRegs content accessible to users of Clayton High-Cost Analyzer. Brief Article 246
Annual home-value growth at highest rate since 1980. 888
Branch office LOS selection. Cooley, Scott 1225
Calendar of events. Calendar 445
Cenlar uses MortgageServ to enter private-label HELOC servicing. 423
Changing the industry. Royse, Matthew 807
Clear Capital unveils new valuation tool. 357
Commercial and multifamily originations up 17 percent in Q2. 414
Complying with Gramm-Leach-Bliley: complex and expensive. Batte, Mary Bruce 1572
Del Mar Database signs 300th customer. Brief Article 258
Fifth third selects PCi compliance solution. Brief Article 189
First American completes acquisition of Basis 100. Brief Article 215
FORTUNE ranks Countrywide among top-10 Fastest-Growing Companies. Brief Article 139
GMD expands offerings through interface with ComplianceEase. 379
Got game? NASCAR races, Major League Baseball, the PGA tour and the Athens Olympics are some venues where mortgage brands have been spotted. It's part of a growing trend of sports marketing by lenders. Bergsman, Steve 3490
Grubb & Ellis reports net income of $12.6 million. Brief Article 315
Homestar Mortgage Services LLC. Brief Article 88
Hotels are hot: business and leisure travelers are streaming back to hotels and resorts, propelling a healthy lodging industry recovery after a painful three-year slump. Major chains are beating their own forecasts for second-quarter 2004 earnings. Profitability, investors and lenders are all back. But will it last? Warson, Albert 2918
Hud launches campaign on predatory lending education. 355
Impac loan volume up more than 50 percent in single quarter. Brief Article 261
IndyMac Bank's Wholesale Lending Sales Division. Brief Article 199
IndyMac Bank's Wholesale Subprime Lending Sales Division. Brief Article 120
Jobs and the global market. Warnock, Veronica Cacdac; Duncan, Douglas G. 4419
L.J. Melody arranges $165 million financing. Brief Article 140
L.J. Melody arranges $37.75 million in permanent financing. Brief Article 170
LoanCity chooses DocuTech's ConformX. Brief Article 102
Market performance gauge. Brief Article 166
Markets awash with capital: a roundup of lender views from three regional markets indicates commercial and multifamily origination volume gains are likely this year. More strong volume is expected in 2005. The capital is continuing to rain down on real estate. Bell, John 4223
Mavent and QuestSoft offer expanded compliance software. Brief Article 175
MBA releases midyear rankings of top CMBS servicers. 336
MBA supports TRIA extension study. 322
Mortgage applications indexes Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA). Illustration 2085
NAR expects record existing-home sales in 2004. Brief Article 329
National residential lenders--top 30. Illustration 1097
New study shows negative effects of NC Mortgage Lending Law. 657
OFHEO's HPI shows largest one-year home-price increase since 1979. 553
Radian introduces new MI option. Brief Article 100
Residential mortgage delinquencies and foreclosure inventory down. 667
Servicing's next phase: the servicing business is moving into a new phase where outsourcing becomes central and business process management is key. Pulling together all the disaggregated functions into a functioning enterprise will be a major management challenge. Gozdan, Steve 3253
Study confirms mortgage lending drop in New Jersey. 364
Ten surprises for 2005? Schneider, Howard 833
The emergence of a mortgage processing utility: lenders are searching for ways to reduce operating costs as loan volume plummets. This has spawned demand for technology that can deliver substantial new efficiencies. Some suggest a mortgage processing utility might be the answer. Meyers, Jim 4376
The end is near. Hewitt, Janet Reilley Brief Article 323
The Fed's shift in policy: the mortgage industry is poised for a hit from higher interest rates in 2005. Here's some insight into the Fed's thinking as it reacts to economic news and positions itself to move rates higher in the months ahead. England, Robert Stowe 4990
The interest-only craze: newfangled loan products are taking over the market. One loan in particular--the interest-only loan--has rapidly gained a following with cash-strapped borrowers as well as their wealthier brethren. Morse, Neil J. 3062
The neglected end of end-to-end: on the journey to the eMortgage, a rocky road remains. In a new survey of closing and title agents done for Mortgage Banking, we see just how far away we are from a standardized paperless mortgage. Huff, Phil 2768
The next big thing: the real growth in the mortgage business seems to be in loans that are anything but cookie-cutter. The competition in the subprime business is really heating up. DeZube, Dona 3397
The ticker. Illustration 540
Top 200 lenders: first-half 2004 (by $ amount). 3928
Top 30 lenders--government loans. Illustration 597
Top 30 lenders--new-home loans. Illustration 622
Training resistance. Hubbard, Andrew 659
USDA and Freddie Mac provide affordable rural rental housing. Brief Article 239
Valuing a company for an IPO. White, Brenda B. 1231
VMP enhances online compliance service. Brief Article 119
Welcome home program launched for U.S. bilingual military servicemembers. 465
Welcome to the new market. Robbins, John M. 1934
Wsecu selects ASC's PowerLender LOS. Brief Article 165

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