Don't Let Fraud Add to the Pain of a Natural Disaster

September 18, 2018

Jennifer Horne

by Jennifer Horne
VP, Anti-Fraud and Anti-Money Laundering

Hurricane Florence has battered the Carolinas and surrounding areas with historic rainfall and flooding, and remnants of the storm are expected to continue for days.

While many individuals respond to natural disasters with kindness and generosity – opening their hearts and their wallets to those in need, providing aid and assistance when it is needed most – some unscrupulous individuals will take advantage of the situation to line their own pockets through fraud.

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Now is the Time to Adopt Digital Mortgage Technology

August 28, 2018

Henry Cason

by Henry Cason
SVP, Digital Products

As the Amazons and Ubers of the world continue to raise the bar for "consumer-grade" experiences, homebuyers have made it clear that it's also time for the home purchasing and mortgage processes to change.

Although the mortgage process is extremely complex and heavily regulated, digital experiences in other businesses have increased the demand for digital resources to speed up the onerous mortgage process.

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The Coming Exodus of Older Homeowners

July 11, 2018

Dowell Myers and Patrick Simmons

by Dowell Myers and Patrick Simmons
University of Southern California; Fannie Mae
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Fannie Mae's Enterprise-Paid Mortgage Insurance Option

July 10, 2018

Rob Schaefer

by Rob Schaefer
Director of Duty to Serve, Single-Family Mortgage Business
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Are Affordability Perceptions Reducing Household Mobility and Exacerbating the Housing Shortage?

June 27, 2018

Mark Palim

by Mark Palim
Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist
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