– With rising interest rates and a practically non-existent refinance market, current conditions remain uncertain. One area that certainly is making a big comeback: Home Equity Lending. What can title companies do to help their lender clients – and themselves – succeed in the home equity market? In a word: Plenty. –
– With home equity at an all-time high, title companies are perfectly poised to help their lender clients gain a competitive advantage with tools that allow them to quickly pre-qualify existing customers, expedite lending decisions and deliver fast, cost-efficient closings. –
– With U.S. home equity at a record high of $29 trillion, it's time for title companies to help lenders identify qualified prospects for home equity lending, and deliver fast accurate title checks at scale nationwide. –
– As the title industry pivots to purchase and home equity, Ben Bellomo shares his on-site takeaways from this year’s NS3 & TLTA conferences –
Now that I’ve had some time to decompress, I’d like to share some observations and takeaways from the two recent industry events that I attended in June: October Research’s National Settlement Services Summit (NS3) in Orlando and the Texas Land Title Association Annual Conference (TLTA) in Forth Worth.
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