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NEXT Tech Showcase: Ocrolus’ Verification of Employment Solution

NEXT is an incredible organization that's focused on advancing women executives in mortgage. They created the first mortgage industry event specifically for high-ranking women executives and now produce ongoing content and events. Having gone to the NEXTWINTER20 event in Dallas,…

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Adapting to the Rise of Non-Traditional Borrowers

The gig (economy) is up! New research shows self-employment and gig economy working in the U.S. is on the rise. In a collaborative study, Intuit Quickbooks and Gallup found that self-employment is at an all-time high, with a record-breaking 44…

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What Fannie Mae’s R&W Policy Change Means to Mortgage Lenders

Early this month, Fannie Mae issued a Lender Letter to its single-family sellers that included updates to the temporary policies that were set into motion on March 31, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 crisis. One of the significant changes…

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HousingWire Demo Day: Ocrolus Automation in Action

As a fintech infrastructure company on a mission to make financial decisioning faster and more accurate at scale, we believe that knowledge is power. That’s why we partnered with HousingWire to bring a virtual demo of our document digitization solution…

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5 Steps to Future-Proof Your Business & Yourself (Thank You, NEXT!)

Here's a shot of Julie Lane, Financial Services Digital Executive, alongside the co-founders of NEXT, Jeri Yoshida and Molly Dowdy (from left to right). The COVID-19 outbreak has caused companies around the world to change the way that they do…

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Mortgage Lenders Tap Technology to Address the Burgeoning Gig Economy

More than one third (about 36%) of U.S. workers take part in the gig economy, the  rapidly growing job market comprised of temporary, part-time, and freelance work. Some gig workers only dabble a few hours a week for pocket money.…

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Non-QM Lenders Following the Fintech Success Model

The volume of US-based digital lending by fintechs to individuals and small/medium enterprise (SME) has grown from less than $21B in 2017 to an estimated $27B in 2019, and it’s projected to surpass $40B by 2022. This growth and the…

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