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Stop Setting Borrowers Up to Fail

Many low-credit buyers are not aware of all their options. But neither should they be expected to. Brokers should help these prospective borrowers identify the homebuying product or partnership that works best for their unique scenario.

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Housing for New Americans


Immigration is up—and so is home buying among this demographic. Click through to find out where these new Americans are settling down.

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A Refreshed Identity

Reiterating what it stands for, Bank of America recently unveiled its campaign focused on the power to make a difference. Watch Brian Moynihan, CEO of the bank speak more on what this means for them as well as key stakeholders such as borrowers.

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Cleaning Up Your Data

Loan Originations

As lenders adapt technology that makes data easier to work with, here’s why they require a “single source of truth” to power their mortgage business applications with confidence.

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Over $90 Million Worth of Reasons Veterans Day is Every Day

While government agencies and nonprofits are viewed as go-to, veteran-support solutions, a Carrolton, Texas-based corporation has become an example of private-sector, corporate engagement, offering a unique brand of ongoing support that shapes the trajectory of veterans' lives and, ultimately, the future of their families. 

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Helping America’s Wounded Veterans

Ginnie Mae Veteran lending policy

As part of its initiative to help U.S. servicemen and women, Carrington provides mobility, stability, purpose, and prosperity to wounded veterans through CCF, the company’s nonprofit organization. Here’s more on their charitable foundation.

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