If you feel paralyzed by decision-making in today’s tough landscape, it’s time to double down on data. Not only will metrics-based insight help you move your business forward with confidence, but it will drive you towards opportunities your competitors may not see. In other words, access to data will be game-changing as the market moves towards a reset.
Just as the interest rate landscape is evolving, so is the profile of American home buyers. From single women and Spanish-speaking demographics to young and first-time buyers, historically underserved segments are finding ways to get on the property ladder. As a lender, now is your opportunity to connect with these audiences to create new funnels of borrower business and position yourself as a go-to resource for years to come.
For a deeper dive into our Q2 2023 Mortgage Lending Report, don’t miss this webinar recording, featuring Maxwell’s Amy Jo Plummer, Bryan Traeger, and Josiah Feuerbacher, along with theLender EVP of Retail Chris Ledwidge.
In this on-demand recording, you’ll learn how the industry is responding to changing dynamics and actionable insights derived from Maxwell's extensive dataset.
Is your lending business prepared for the coming market reset? To thrive in today's conditions, lenders need a fresh game plan driven by home buyer trends, creative lead generation, and data-backed decision making. We put this guide together to help you refresh your thinking for the market ahead: Now is the time to abandon strategies that worked in past cycles and embrace innovative thinking.
This data report is significant because it gives lenders an exclusive look into the home buyers rising in today’s market: These borrowers are taking 7% rates head-on and creating their own paths to homeownership, whether that means moving to more affordable cities or exploring alternative property types. By examining these demographics, lenders can hone their practices to better serve the home buyers of today—and tomorrow.
What seems to be certain in the uncharted realm of AI is that this technology is here to stay. For lenders to stay ahead of the competition and market, they need to understand AI's growing capabilities and connect with forward-thinking partners. Here's what every lender should know.
Recently, the Clear to Close podcast team—including VP of Corporate Development Bryan Traeger, VP of Private Label Origination Alan Parris, and Solutions Director Anthony Ianni—discussed today's market and what lenders can learn from recent economic happenings. Specifically, they weighed in on what lenders can take away from major events such as SVB's collapse and how the industry can build better strategies to weather the second half of the year.
To arm lenders with data that helps overcome today’s sizable market challenges, we’re proud to unveil the Maxwell Quarterly Mortgage Lending Report. Including analytics and insights from loans transacted within the Maxwell platform, our report provides market perspective based on trends over more than $200 billion in loan volume.
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