Keys to Survival in Today's Lending Environment

Abufaris, Ed
March 2012
Mortgage Banking;Mar2012, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p109
An essay is presented on the promotion of consistency and security in managing mortgage loans. It states that each lender must evaluate the quality manufacturing process, investor partnership and warehouse lending sources of its business to achieve a long-term success in financial services industry. Furthermore, it notes the crucial role of investors' financial capabilities and concern of lenders on liquidity to maintain sources of funding.


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