In this webinar from May 28th at 11AM PT, MCT’s Phil Laren and Bill Berliner discussed current MSR market conditions, cash management and forbearance strategies.
In this webinar on May 21st, MCT’s panel of experts will provide an update on current market conditions and their affect on correspondent lending in crisis.
Challenges & Solutions for Correspondent Lending in Crisis Challenges & Solutions for Correspondent Lending in Crisis View Webinar Recordings from April 8th and May 21st View Webinar Recordings from April 8th and May 21st In this post, we have included the...
In this article, we will discuss how to adjust lock desk best practices to transition loan sales to Best Efforts during periods of market volatility. We will also provide some context to explain why switching to Best Efforts loan sales might be a necessity in some cases.
Read MCT’s whitepaper Lock Centralization 101 to learn what operational changes to staff, procedures, and technology will need to be made in order to establish a centralized lock desk for your business.
This is a timely announcement from MCT’s MSR Services division to summarize how the first quarter of 2020 has changed MSR valuation assumptions.
View the recording from our webinar on March 31st at 11AM PT to learn more about the quarter-end Mark-to-Market reports, recent market events and MCT’s advocacy efforts during market volatility.
In this blog post and story, view recommendations from MCT’s MSR team on how to make speedy and informed retain-release decisions during periods of market volatility. In these times of low but volatile interest rates, mortgage companies are thrilled with the...
View recommendations on how to employ rate renegotiation policies to guide your staff in mitigating profit loss using three example best practices.
Read MCT’s Response to the FHFA’s Proposed Changes, January 2020 to learn how elements of the proposal would be detrimental to the mortgage lending community and MBS market participants.
UPDATE: MCT® Integrates its MCTlive!® Secondary Marketing Software with Fannie Mae’s Pricing & Execution – Whole Loan® Application
UPDATE Jan. 23, 2020 – MCT is proud to announce that on December 18th they became the first organization to connect lenders to Fannie Mae’s Loan Pricing API via its Bid Auction Manager (BAM) loan trading platform for live Servicing Marketplace® (SMP) pricing.
In this report, we review a few recent developments and explore trends in the mortgage and capital markets that have the greatest potential to impact mortgage lending in 2020.