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Are You Compliant? State Regulators Release SAFE Act Examination Guidelines
Mortgage regulators now have SAFE Act Examination Guidelines (SEGs) with which to monitor and ensure mortgage loan originators are properly licensed and registered in the states where they are doing business.
New York Life and AARP to Team Up on Reverse Mortgage Initiative?
A new position posted on New York Life's website shows the company is looking for a Senior Strategy Officer who will be responsible for developing new lines of business, one of which includes a new reverse mortgage product. While RMD reported in ...
How I Got My Reverse Mortgage Start: Megen Lawler, Bay Docs Inc.
Megen Lawler saw the need for a reverse mortgage-focused documents preparation company back in 1994. Eighteen years later, she is the CEO and president of Bay Docs, Inc., the company she founded to fill that void. In her time in the business, Lawler ...
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Financial Planners: Reverse Mortgage Traditional Use is All Wrong
Two researchers proved through analysis published in February that a reverse mortgage credit line can lead to �substantially greater cash flow survival probabilities� for people who are planning for retirement.
CFPB Reveals Plans for Mortgage Oversight, Rulemaking
A Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System & Registry (NMLS) conference held in early February in Scottsdale, Arizona shed some light on what the CFPB will actually look for in its non-bank mortgage examinations�and where it will begin those audits.
Will New Ginnie Mae HMBS Issuers Step Up to the Plate?
In January, reverse mortgage lender Live Well Financial announced it had received approval to issue Ginnie Mae HECM Backed Mortgage Securities after a three-year-plus wait time. With the landscape for issuers having changed in recent months, is the ...
Reverse Mortgage Lenders Go Bilingual�Is it Worth It?
One of the top Puerto Rican reverse mortgage lenders announced last week that it is moving into the U.S. and is looking to grow its business by focusing on the Hispanic borrower population in the U.S.
Six Reverse Mortgage Fraudsters Land 30 Years in the Slammer
Six Georgia reverse mortgage conspirators were sentenced this week on multiple charges of fraud, landing the defendants in prison for a collective 30 years, plus additional home confinement, supervised release and restitution.
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Family Matters: My Grandma's Reverse Mortgage
During my time reporting for Reverse Mortgage Daily, I've talked to countless brokers, lenders, counselors, and others in the industry to gain knowledge of reverse mortgages�what they are and whom they impact. Even though I've heard numerous times ...
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Reverse Mortgage Originators Look to New, Growing Referral Source
Many originators work largely through referrals in building their reverse mortgage business, with traditional sources such as financial and real estate professionals being the tried-and-true referral relationships.
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