National Secondary Market Conference & Expo, New York – 2019

MBA’s Secondary Market Conference

We are excited to announce we will be attending the upcoming National Secondary Market Conference & Expo in New York, May 19-22, 2019.

“Attend MBA’s National Secondary Market Conference & Expo to make the connections you need to take your business to the next level. It is the place for wholesale and correspondent lenders to connect, along with lenders and vendors that contribute to the pipeline of selling loans into the secondary market. We bring together the regulators, experts and key industry officials that help inform and educate you on the latest happenings in our industry in order to create the opportunities and inspire the innovation to produce market-based solutions. See the full agenda for informative General Session, break out sessions, networking events and more.

Who Should Attend: industry leaders and decision makers from residential and capital markets, including CEOs and senior-level executives, mortgage investors, investment bankers, rating agency professionals, risk managers, mortgage lenders, mortgage insurers, FHLB members, regulators, REITs, wholesale, correspondent and retail production executives, buyers and sellers of distressed assets, mortgage brokers and warehouse lenders.”

To purchase your tickets, please visit the Mortgage Bankers Association registration page by CLICKING HERE.

IMN: NPL Notes & Default Servicing Forum (West)

IMN Notes & Servicing Forum

We are excited to announce we will be sponsoring the upcoming NPL Notes & Default Servicing Forum (West) in Dana Point, California, June 3-4, 2019.

“IMN is excited to announce its 4th Annual NPL, Notes & Default Servicing Forum (West) is returning to Dana Point, CA this June 3-4. Last year’s West Coast Forum welcomed 350+ Institutional NPL & Note buyers and service provider participants as well as 20+ exhibitors/sponsors. The program once again will feature Large Institutional Buyers, Mid-Sized Funds and Smaller private buyers, with scheduled networking activities to meet your educational and networking needs.”

Chaz Guin, the President of Revolve Capital Group, will be speaking on a panel Monday morning at 9:30am. They will be discussing the topic Large Institutional Players: How are Your Strategies Changing as the Expensive Gets More Expensive and the Scarce Gets More Scarce. To view the agenda please click here.

Who Should Attend: Accounting, Bankers, Brokers, Econometric Services, Insurance, Law, Lenders, Mom & Pops/Fix & Flippers, Property Analytics, Property Auction, Property Broker, Property Management/Property Management Services, Rating Agencies, Single Family Investors, Single Family Owners/Operators, Service Providers/Vendors”

To purchase your tickets, please visit the IMN’s registration page by CLICKING HERE.

Structured Financial Industry Group – Vegas 2019 Conference

SFIG Conference

“The Structured Finance Industry Group (SFIG) is excited to once again present the largest capital markets conference in the world, SFIG Vegas 2019, February 24-27, 2019, at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The three-and-a-half day program is developed by leaders within the structured finance industry representing the full spectrum of industry participants including investors, issuers, financial intermediaries, regulators, law firms, accounting firms, technology firms, rating agencies, servicers, and trustees.”

“The SFIG Vegas 2019 App is now available to download! Simply search for “SFIG Vegas” in the Apple App Store or Google Play, and download it to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.”

“Join the online #SFIGVegas conversation and expand your professional network!”

Who Should Attend

  • Accounting Firms
  • Analytics & Big Data Firms
  • Broker-Dealers
  • Commercial Banks
  • Consulting Firms
  • Endowment Funds 
  • Finance Companies
  • Government Entities/Regulatory Bodies
  • Hedge Funds
  • Insurance Companies
  • Technology Companies
  • Law Firms
  • Mutual Funds
  • Originators
  • Pension Funds
  • Rating Agencies
  • Retail Banks
  • Servicers 
  • Trustees

To purchase your tickets, please visit the SFIG Vegas 2019 Registration Page by CLICKING HERE.

Delinquent Loans May Still Be Distressing Housing Industry

Since the 2007 recession, most of America has believed our economy is on a steady incline and we are free and clear of another recession. According to Keith Jurow, in his article written “Why bubble-era home mortgages are a disaster waiting to happen” this is actually not the case.

“The truth is these mortgages are still dangerous and could soon undermine the housing recovery.”

KEITH JUROW

The below chart shows the drastic increase in loans delinquent more than 5 years… Hawaii (for example) once only had 4% delinquency rate went up to 67% in 2018.

His explanation points to factors such as homeowners who stop paying their mortgages without consequences…

Jurow’s claims are strengthened by the actions of Fannie Mae and Black Knight Financial Services. These companies regularly provide delinquency rate statistics, but for the past 2 years, the data has not been provided. The last available stats showed the re-default rates were nearly 40%.

To find out more about why Jurow believes we are only 6-12 months away from another housing bubble, visit his article HERE