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Move From LIBOR Further Complicates Warehouse Funding Decisions

Key Ideas:   Libor used to dominate warehouse line Agreements Warehouse line agreements now are referencing a wide array of interest rates Diverse sets of reference rates provide optionality to the originator Innovative decision engine simplifies complex funding decisions Mortgage lenders spent the last two years transitioning away

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“Work on the Business, not In the Business.”

You probably heard this advice. Recently, a client asked me to explain this advice in detail. Here it goes: Working on the business, not just in it, can change everything for you. “Working on the Business” is thinking as leader. When I speak about a leader, it means an executive that runs the business, or

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Emerging Cyber Threats of 2021

“Good riddance, 2020. I’m so glad to get that year behind us so we can get back to normal!” is a phrase you may have uttered more than once. The last year has been hard; that’s undeniable, but from a cybersecurity perspective at least, few things have changed. The cyber threat landscape, the threat actors,

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Warehouse Line Management Automation Grows Your Profits

Over 70% of today’s mortgage origination volume comes from Independent Mortgage Bankers using warehouse lines of credit as their primary source of funding and there are few relationships more important than between a mortgage banker and their warehouse partner.  As former mortgage bankers, we knew bringing AI decisioning and automation to warehouse line management would

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Four Reasons Innovation is Important

As a technology vendor, we understand the importance of innovation. That’s why, in the past 8 years, Loan Vision has seen 3 major product releases with multiple functionality additions and upgrades and is getting ready to undergo another one. Technology advancements don’t just happen unjustifiably; at the end of the day, they are to make

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