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Equity National Title, DCU execute their first remotely-notarized e-closing.
Equity National Title, a leading national settlement services provider, and Digital Federal Credit Union, better known as DCU, a non-profit financial cooperative serving members nationwide, have completed their first remote notary-enabled e-closing.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Publishes Assessments of Ability-to-Repay and Mortgage Servicing Rules
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (Bureau) today published a report under section 1022(d) of the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act) assessing the effectiveness of the Bureau’s Ability to Repay and Qualified Mortgage Rule and a separate report assessing the effectiveness of the Bureau’s mortgage servicing rule issued under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).
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Mortgage Applications Rebound in Latest MBA Weekly Survey
Mortgage applications increased 23.5 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association's Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending January 4, 2019. This week's results include an adjustment for the New Year's Day holiday.
Janette Waller Named President of First American Title Insurance Company's Direct Division
First American Title Insurance Company announced today that Janette Waller has been appointed to lead First American Title’s Direct Division, overseeing the company’s direct operations across the country.
Ohio's Largest Title Agent Selects SafeWire by SafeChain
SafeChain, the industry leader in wire fraud prevention software and blockchain implementation for land title, announced today that Ohio Real Title, the largest title agent in the state, has selected its technology solution, SafeWireTM, to securely facilitate real estate wire transactions for the firm’s eight offices throughout Ohio.
NAHB Study Shows Nearly 130,000 Households Priced Out of Housing Market with Each $1,000 Price Increase
According to a recent study by the National Association of Home Builders, a $1,000 increase in the cost of a median-priced newly-built home pushes 127,560 prospective buyers out of the market. In other words, based on their incomes, these households would be able to qualify for a mortgage to purchase the home before the price increase, but not afterward.
WFG National Title Launches Cyberfraud Awareness Effort
WFG National Title Insurance Company (WFG), a Portland-based national title insurance, settlement, valuation and technology services company, is creating a Cyberfraud Awareness Team to educate consumers and companies involved in the home buying and mortgage process.
ALTA Announces Simmons Bank Partnership With ALTA Registry
The American Land Title Association (ALTA), the national trade association of the land title insurance industry, announced today that Simmons Bank has become a customer of the national ALTA Title & Settlement Agent Registry.
CATIC Announces Kenneth Popeleski as New Chief Financial Officer
CATIC is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenneth B. Popeleski as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective January 7, 2019.
Bill Packer of American Financial Resources Named New MBA Chair of RESTECH
The Mortgage Bankers Association today announced that Bill Packer, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at American Financial Resources, Inc. (AFR), is the new chairman of its Residential Technology Forum (RESTECH).
Elite Land Transfer to Join Foundation Abstract, LLC
Two Pennsylvania real estate title insurance companies announce major changes within their organizations for the beginning of 2019.
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Foreclosures And Underwater Mortgages Fall To Lowest Rate In Years
Getting a mortgage might be more expensive these days, but for those who already have one? It seems staying current on those loans is now easier than ever.

Partial government shutdown is hurting some borrowers seeking a mortgage
When the government shuts its doors because of a funding brouhaha that pits the White House against Capitol Hill, who gets hit hardest among people needing a home mortgage? The latest version of federal breakdown made one fact painfully clear: It all depends on the type of loan you seek and where you're located.

Helmsley Spear and Hercules SEZC Collaborate to Secure Commercial Real Estate Records with Blockchain Software
Helmsley Spear, LLC, America's oldest continuously operating real estate company founded in 1866, is collaborating with Hercules SEZC, a cutting-edge, blockchain-based supply chain software company, in the initial phase of documenting rent rolls for Helmsley Spear's commercial leases and providing confidentiality and indisputable historical building documentation for two of its properties in Lower Manhattan.

American homeownership tenure is climbing
Americans are remaining in their homes longer than ever before, consequently tightening the lid on housing supply.

'Could you make these guys essential?': Mortgage industry gets shutdown relief after appeal to senior Treasury officials
After an intense lobbying campaign by the mortgage industry, the Treasury Department this week restarted a program that had been sidelined by the partial government shutdown, allowing hundreds of Internal Revenue Service clerks to collect paychecks as they process forms vital to the lending industry.

Flat fee real estate company Home Bay set to expand with $13.5 million capital raise
The last few years have been a period of growth for Home Bay, a flat fee real estate company, and thanks to a new injection of funding, the growth won't be stopping any time soon.

Homeowners told their backyards are owned by canal company
Marcell Bobo has owned her home, and the land around it, for nearly 20 years - or so she thought. The company which owns the canal behind her home says, actually, much of her backyard belongs to them.

Title company that lost record $706M Bexar verdict loses bid for new trial
State District Judge David A. Canales on Tuesday evening refused to grant a new trial to Amrock Inc., a Detroit company affiliated with mortgage lender Quicken Loans, which alleged there was fraud and collusion between witnesses during the original trial last year.

FEMA resumes selling, renewing flood insurance policies amid shutdown
The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced late Friday that it will resume selling and renewing flood insurance policies, rescinding its initial ruling that the National Flood Insurance Program cannot be renewed amid the ongoing government shutdown.

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