Mortgage Women Magazine
May 2021

You’re All In Trouble Now

In this edition of Mortgage Women Magazine, we hone in on the growing strength and determination of the CFPB to hold mortgage lenders accountable; how women need to be more supportive of bringing other women into the mortgage industry; we celebrate women who rise above the rest with our annual Mortgage Star awards; we dissect the pros and cons of the new URLA form and explore time-saving tips to help women better juggle work and home life.

Rohit Chopra, commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission, sits on steps outside of a brick building.
Cover Story
Get Ready to Duck and Cover

After years of hands-off attitude by regulators, a new wave of mortgage enforcement is building. Expect a tsunami.

Regulation and Compliance
Tyna-Minet Anderson
The new URLA
The New URLA – What’s the Big Deal?

Lenders will need to update their technology stack to comply with the redesigned URLA.

Regulation and Compliance
Suha Zehl
Spring motivation flat lay
Ask The Experts: Get A Little Spring Clarity

Experts share the routines that keep them moving and motivated.

Career
Sue Woodard
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Stop Talking

Four simple questions to ignite action.

Career
Tina Asher
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Mortgage Moms

For Love or Money?

Career
Ashley Gravano
Simona De Silvestro
Promoting Mortgage Women At 230 MPH

Rocket Pro TPO makes unique bid to highlight female mortgage brokers.

Community
Mortgage Women Magazine
13 going on 30 — next gen female mortgage pros
Next Gen Female Mortgage Pros: 13 Going on 30

To get top pros into the profession, we need to reach out early and be helpful.

Career
Claire Barber
A woman smiles while working at an outdoor public space
Stop Networking

It’s time to rethink your approach to building connections.

Sales and Marketing
Lauren Richards Rosenfarb
Mortgage Women Magazine

Stories and actionable information told from the unique perspective of women fueling the growth of the mortgage world.