Month: May 2018

  • If The Table Starts Rockin’, Who’s Gonna Come Knockin’?

    One of the biggest concerns that mortgage lenders have had for years is that they send their mortgage funds and collateral security documents to complete strangers who gather together and manage a process where there is no seat for them at the table. Even though the closing of a mortgage loan involves significant sums of […]

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  • CFPB: No More Regulation by Enforcement? An Analysis

    According to Mortgage Professional America, the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney, recently told industry leaders that the CFPB will no longer practice “regulation by enforcement.” “The regulation by enforcement answer is really simple – we aren’t doing it anymore,” Mulvaney said. “It’s a fairness issue. If you’ve done something for […]

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  • The Fraud Triangle

    Fraud is pervasive in virtually every industry.  The reason is that fraud is the consequence of a human condition that exploits the opportunity to gain assets through rationalization and need.  Every one of us is vulnerable to committing a fraud crime given the right circumstances and the opportunity.  Mortgage lenders and banks need to understand […]

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