Mortgage finance edges closer to automation

Obtaining a mortgage in the US has become a long and difficult process since the 2008 crisis. But can a mix of upstart financial technology firms and industry veterans meet the challenge of adapting mortgages to the digital economy? Participants at this week’s Mortgage Bankers Association conference in Washington DC said the market is certainly headed in that direction.

  • By Alexander Saeedy
  • 16 Oct 2018
The positions of incumbents and big banks is often singled out as a significant barrier to innovation in financial services. However, innovation in recent years has come from perhaps the largest mortgage finance player of them all — ...

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