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Articles from Mortgage Banking (October 1, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
Achieving actualization in the residential finance industry. Ainbinder, Adrienne 1987
Austin tops overvalued markets list. 406
Authors: upclose. 1608
Average credit scores dropping on closed loans. 342
Beige Book: CRE largely positive. 437
Blocking and tackling. Hewitt, Janet Reilley 5110
Borrowers regaining equity at rapid clip. 598
Calendar. 443
Churchill Mortgage. 164
Commercial/Multifamily Delinquencies continue downward trend in Q2. 459
CRE outperforms as volatility grips stock market. 482
Credit tightness index (August 2013-August 2015). 225
Fannie Mae sees better growth in second half. 274
Future risk: some helpful data about occupational and employer risk can prevent defaults down the road. Feldstein, Stuart A. 2495
Hefty premium for tech-market offices. 528
Home-price spotlight. 879
Housing activity. 696
Housing demand by the numbers. Fisher, Lynn; Woodwell, Jamie 3056
Indecision over disparate impact. Sheridan, Terry 5098
Inside the inventory gap. England, Robert Stowe 4682
Inside the mind of a top executive--Rick Floyd. Cunningham, Casey 943
Key economic indicators and interest rates. 430
Leapfrogging mortgage technology: how legacy systems can skip generations of functionality that neglected the needs of the millennial generation and today's lenders and servicers. Gaspar, Don; Imura, Paul 2284
Lending trends. 547
Making your risk culture a rock in the storm. Flickinger, Lori 516
Marketrac[R]. 556
Month in review. 419
Mortgage bankers see market weathering possible rate hikes. 495
Ocwen's challenge. England, Robert Stowe 5347
Price watch. 202
Purchase lending climbs in second quarter. 476
Push them back, shove them back, way back. Platt, Laurence E. 3266
Record pace for small-cap property sales. 387
San Diego time. Hewitt, Janet Reilley 1558
Supply and demand. Hewitt, Janet Reilley 470
Texas Capital expands into correspondent lending. 525
The corner office outlook--8th edition. Lamalfa, Tom; Millon, Tom 3572
The demographics of demand. Goodman, Laurie 2906
The fraud file. 533
The mixed-use formula is hot. Bell, John 3357
The other side of TRID: preparedness doesn't end at the closing table. Wall, Kevin 1256
The quandary of GSE reform: as Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae continue to churn profits for the Treasury amid global market uncertainty, the calls continue for reforming the model. Murin, Joseph 2394
Trid brings sweeping changes. Schneider, Howard 1051
Walk softly, no stick--at least not yet. Sichelman, Lew 1640
What makes technology innovative? Leonard, Shelley 2418
Will 2016 be the year our industry drives, rather than reacts to, change? D'Urso, Joseph 1172

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