Weekly Roundup: Jan. 26th, 2018

Posted by Jenn Theone on January 26 2018

Get through your Friday with weekly news round ups from The Knowledge Coop. This Friday we talk about Caliber Home Loans, Amazon's potential HQ2, expiring mortgage moratoriums in Puerto Rico, & plenty more!


January 26, 2018 

  • Caliber is already top 10 in the country and now it's one of the fastest growing of those top 10! Soon the company will have three new mobile apps to add to their digital implementations. 
  • In response to a leaked email, the acting director of the CFPB, Mulvaney, was published as an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal this week. He has also told the Federal Reserve he won't be needing any funds in Q2, as the CFPB's reserves of $177.1 million put aside by former director, Cordray, should be enough.
  • Puerto Rico has yet to stabilize and it likely won't for some time. Mortgage moratoriums are expiring while many are still not able to pay what they owe or even work.
  • If you've not seen what our founder, Ken Perry, has been up to in Guatemala this week, check out our Wednesday Update and see what's got him so smiley.
  • Before schedules get too busy, contact us to meet at the NMLS Conference, especially if you enjoy karaoke with a special founder of a certain training company..
  • Hear RedFin CEO, Glenn Kellman, discuss shrinking home inventory and the migration of job supply.
  • Fannie & Freddie have begun testing the new Enote specification and its delivery should be allowed in Q2 of this year.

Tags: Compliance, Mortgage



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