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Industry News

Oregon warns residents about 'fraudulent' loan modifications

Oregon residents should avoid doing any kind of business with Liberty One Mortgage because the company is unlicensed, unregistered, and is engaging in mortgage fraud, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services said. During an investigation, it was discovered that the Studio City, California address Liberty One provided on documentation to Oregon homeowners was actually the location of an Indian food restaurant.

[Video] 3 key points to conquer lending in February

The latest 3 points with Mat Ishbia, CEO of United Wholesale Mortgage, gives three quick snippets of advice that most lenders are concerned about: Relators and TRID, Millennials and Refinancing.

SMS Assist expands into single-family rental property management

SMS Assist, a mobile and cloud-based multisite property management company, announced its expansion into residential real estate with the creation of its residential service team. According to a release from the company, SMS Assist is launching its residential division with "major clients" already on board, including Colony Starwood Homes, Home Partners of America and others.

MBA: Mortgage credit slightly loosens in January

While small, mortgage credit availability fell in January, dropping 0.4% to 123.8. The decrease was driven by a decline in some FHA and conventional offerings as compared to the previous month.
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