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Getting Back to Work (Now That TRID Is Over)

TRID happens … err, happened. Did you go out of business? I don’t have the stats in front of me, but I’d guess the majority of us pulled through.

The U.S. House of Representatives recently took up a Senate-passed bill, the SCRA Foreclosure Protection Act

MBA's Mortgage Action Alliance: A Message From MAA Chairman Fowler Williams

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Take the Lead!

How is your IT IQ defining your networking ability? Does the “10 Second Rule” still stand for making a first impression in today’s IT business climate, with the institutionalization of social media, e-mail, Facebook and LinkedIn?

Keith Pitsch is the senior mortgage advisor at Seattle-based Opes Advisors and president of the Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals (WAMP)

Featured Industry Leader: Keith Pitsch, Immediate Past President, WAMP

Keith Pitsch is the senior mortgage advisor at Seattle-based Opes Advisors and president of the

Like Attracts Like: How Technology Translates Into Leadership Opportunities for LOs

“Leadership is the capacity to transform vision into reality.”—Warren G. Bennis, Founding Chairman, Leadership Institute at the University of Southern California

Identifying Extraordinary Leaders

The winning qualities of an exceptional leader

Recruiting, Training and Mentoring Corner: Are You a Manager or a Leader?

We have previously painted the “picture” of a typical manager in the industry because most sales managers and owners must personally produce, recruit, hire, train and coach. For most of these managers, producing was a full-time job before they became a manager.

NMP Next: It's What's Next

Knowing what’s going on in your industry at any given time is critical if you hope to make the kinds of decisions that will positively impact your enterprise.

Step Inside Ginnie Mae: New Market Reality

The housing finance industry is continuing to evolve, and during this evolution, the role of Ginnie Mae is more critical than ever.

Most of us have heard that the average age of a mortgage loan originator (MLO) today is 54 years of age

The Elite Perfomer: Migrate to Millennials

Most of us have heard that the average age of a mortgage loan originator (MLO) today is 54 years of age. That number may vary a little, but needless to say, the mortgage industry is in dire need of younger talent.

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