The Handbook Of Mortgage Banking / Edition 2

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Overview

This edition includes a stellar cast of contributors. Experts from the Mortgage Bankers Associaiton, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae discuss the most critical issues facing the mortgage lending industry today, including: merges and acquisitions; legal and regulatory issues; origination—retail, wholesale and builder protection; hedging mortgage pipeline fallout; automating mortgage banking operations.
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A completely revised (23 of the 25 chapters are entirely new) comprehensive guide to the mortgage banking industry, updating and expanding the 1987 first edition. It provides an overview of mortgage banking operations and outlines strategies that mortgage bankers can utilize to compete successfully in the years ahead. The volume is divided into five sections: the mortgage banking industry; programs for mortgage origination--meeting the need for mortgage finance; opportunities in the secondary market; developments in mortgage loan servicing; and shaping mortgage banking operations for success. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557384942
  • Publisher: Irwin Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/1/1993
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 584
  • Sales rank: 436,835
  • Product dimensions: 1.44 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributing Authors
Preface
Ch. 1 Lessons Learned: An Overview of the Mortgage Banking Industry, 1980-1993 3
Ch. 2 Strategic Overview of Mortgage Banking 11
Ch. 3 Strategic Planning for the 21st Century 23
Ch. 4 Growth and Diversification 49
Ch. 5 The Management of Mortgage Banking Companies 65
Ch. 6 Legal and Regulatory Issues in Mortgage Banking 93
Ch. 7 Methods of Mortgage Loan Origination 145
Ch. 8 Loan Production Management 163
Ch. 9 Mortgage Brokers: A Spartan Existence 187
Ch. 10 Automated Mortgage Origination Systems 199
Ch. 11 Pipeline Fallout: Definitions, Quantification, Analysis, and Application 211
Ch. 12 Pipeline Management Systems and Strategies 227
Ch. 13 Fannie Mae: Programs for Mortgage Bankers 247
Ch. 14 Freddie Mac: Programs for Mortgage Bankers 259
Ch. 15 Secondary Marketing Automation 275
Ch. 16 The Secondary Market for Servicing Rights 295
Ch. 17 The Analysis of Risk 317
Ch. 18 Maximizing Returns on Servicing Portfolios 337
Ch. 19 Automating Mortgage Banking Operations 351
Ch. 20 Technology in the Mortgage Industry 391
Ch. 21 Strategic Reengineering of the Mortgage Banking Business 409
Ch. 22 Advancing Mortgage Information Exchange: Electronic Data Interchange in Mortgage Banking 435
Ch. 23 Mortgage Loan Underwriting 455
Ch. 24 Loss Management Techniques 509
Ch. 25 Mortgage Loan Warehousing 529
Index 559
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