Loan Servicing

By ALM First Financial Advisors | Sept. 29, 2008

By now, it’s yesterday’s news that the U.S. Treasury, in conjunction with the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), have temporarily taken over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, placing both government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) in conservatorship.

By Dane Coalson | Sept. 22, 2008

With their region devastated and all of their branches rendered inoperable, Navigator found a way to triumph over the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina.

By Mike Weber | Sept. 1, 2008

Members 1st FCU finds early success with recent launch of private student lending solution.


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By Lydia Cole | Sept. 1, 2008

Chartered in 1935, Justice Federal serves as the Department of Justice, its associated agencies including the FBI and DEA, the Department of Homeland Security, the Courts of the District of Columbia and law enforcement affinity groups.

By | July 28, 2008

The benefits that credit unions can gain by strategically deploying Internet-based mortgage-origination technology include saving time, improving productivity and growth.

By Emigrant Mortgage Company | June 23, 2008

Learn how New York based Emigrant Mortgage Company (Emigrant), a private portfolio lender, can develop a customized borrowing program for your credit union member needs.

By Mortgage Cadence | Nov. 5, 2007

By stimulating interest in mortgage issues now before financial crisis has landed on your members’ front doors, your credit union can help make a difference.

By Mike Werstuik | July 30, 2007

With headlines of subprime abuses flooding the front pages of newspapers recently, how are credit unions stepping up and helping members who are struggling with their mortgages?

By Peter Sainato | March 13, 2007

Peter Sainato discusses ways to help boost member value in your credit union.

By My Credit Union | March 5, 2007

A growing mortgage portfolio might bring loan-servicing challenges such as technology, staffing limitations, and increased regulatory requirements. A smart solution is sub-servicing.