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  • The End 
of an Era: Tozer Talks

    Seven years might not seem all that long a tenure in the corporate world, but in the land of political...

  • Limitless Possibilities

    Technology has made the mortgage industry faster, more affordable, more compliant, and more convenient—and...

  • Before and After the Storm

    For homeowners, storm preparedness requires more than keeping a few cases of water on hand, though that...

  • Worthy of its Name

    It seems entirely possible that before joining Alacrity Services, one might be asked to define “alacrity.”...

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    The Road Ahead

    With an uncertain regulatory environment, new data requirements, and promising technological opportunities...

The End 
of an Era: Tozer Talks

Seven years might not seem all that long a tenure in the corporate world, but in the land of political appointees, Ted Tozer’s near-decade at the helm of Ginnie Mae was a true anomaly. Editor's Note: This feature originally appeared in the June 2017 print edition of DS News.

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Limitless Possibilities

Technology has made the mortgage industry faster, more affordable, more compliant, and more convenient—and it’s not done yet. The industry’s top players weigh in on the power of technology, how to harness it, and where it’s headed. With pieces by Jason Allnutt of Auction.com, Rob Pajon of RES.NET, Martin Morzynski of HouseCanary, Dennis Cisterna III of Investability Real Estate, Dominic Iannitti of DocMagic, Cindy Walton of ISGN Corporation, and Jane Mason of Clarifire, this compilation has insights you won’t want to miss. This select print feature originally appeared in the June issue of DS News magazine, available now.

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Before and After the Storm

For homeowners, storm preparedness requires more than keeping a few cases of water on hand, though that is certainly a start. But the need for proper preparation definitely doesn’t apply only to homeowners. Damages can reach well beyond a storm’s physical path to impact all parties involved with a property. What steps can you take as an investor, aggregator, bank, or servicer to protect yourself and your interests this hail and hurricane season?

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Worthy of its Name

It seems entirely possible that before joining Alacrity Services, one might be asked to define “alacrity.” While actively expanding its property restoration services to insurance, REO, and consumer customers nationwide, the company is determined to continue embodying the true meaning of its moniker: moving nimbly and with good spirit.

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The Road Ahead

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With an uncertain regulatory environment, new data requirements, and promising technological opportunities all intersecting, mortgage originators face a winding road as they navigate through 2017. Editor's note: this feature originally appeared in the March issue of DS News.

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Ask the Economist: Robert Dietz, Ph.D.

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Robert Dietz, Ph.D., Chief Economist and SVP for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), discussed the challenges with home building, what high builder confidence means for the housing market, and how GDP and job growth will affect home sales. Editors note: this exclusive interview appeared in the February issue of DS News.

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Five Minutes With Michael Danlag

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DS News sat down with Michael Danlang, VP and Global Head of Service Delivery with Sutherland Mortgage Services, Inc., to discuss how technology will enhance practices within the mortgage servicing industry. Editor's note: this feature appeared in the February issue of DS News.

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Transforming the Tenant

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Rent-to-own arrangements offer a way to restore vacant properties while also giving habitual renters a shot at homeownership. This select print feature originally appeared in the February 2017 issue of DS News.

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