Mortgage Banking 2013 Index

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Mortgage Banking 2013 Index


There are two parts to the 2013 Mortgage Banking index: AUTHOR/TITLE and SUBJECT.

All articles for 2013 are listed in the AUTHOR/TITLE section according to the author's last name and by the first word of the article's title.

The SUBJECT section lists all the articles alphabetically by title under the appropriate heading(s). Most articles appear under more than one subject heading.

The following is a list of the subject headings to assist you in your research. Check here first to determine which heading your topic of interest is most likely to be under and then refer to that part of the SUBJECT index.

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Appraisal/Valuation Trends

Business Outlook

Business Strategies

CFPB

Commercial/Multifamily

Compliance

Economic Trends and Forecasts

FHA/VA

Fraud and Risk Management

GSEs

Home-Price Trends

Housing Market

Index

Industry History

Industry Standards

Industry Trends

Interviews/Profiles

Legislation/Regulation

Litigation

MBA History/Centennial

Production Trends/Management

Quality Control

Reverse Mortgages

Sales/Marketing

Secondary Market

Servicing

State/Regional Markets

Technology

Training/Education

Author/Title Index

[a]

Abufaris, Ed, "Mortgages--Past, Present and Future" (Executive Suite), August, p. 86.

"Accept No Shortcuts When It Comes to Competence" (Value Judgments), by Andrew D. Dorchester, January, p. 95.

"The AG Settlement Settles In" (Servicing), by Scott Goldstein, February, p. 101.

Alcorn, Lowell, "Banking on Innovation," August, p. 38.

Alkire, John, "Blazing Trails in Servicing," August, p. 50.

Allen, Annemaria, "Taming the Audit Circus," July, p. 48.

Allen, Susan, "What's in Your AVM?" (Value Judgments), March, p. 92.

"An Alternative History of the Mortgage Crisis" (Servicing), by Steven Horne, October, p.141.

"Anatomy of an Uneven Recovery," by Gordon Crawford and Randy Wussler, December, p. 38.

"The Apartment Market's Buzz," by John Bell, January, p. 56.

"The Appraisal Industry: Then and Now" (Value Judgments), by Frank Danna, September, p. 93.

"Appraisal QC: The New GSE Requirements" (Value Judgments), by Jennifer Miller, November, p. 85.

"Appraisal Reporting in the Digital Age" (Value Judgments), by Elizabeth Green, June, p. 81.

"Appraisals and BP0s--ls There a Difference?" (Value Judgments), by Tony Pisitilli, May, p. 85.

"Are 'Low Appraisals' Killing Deals?," by Michael Simmons and Jim Jenkins, June, p. 44.

"Are They Ready to Buy (You)?" (The Right Stuff), by Casey Cunningham, June, p. 79.

"Are We Writing the Obituary for Future Refis?" (Executive Suite), by Jason Nadeau, February, p. 96.

"Are You Feeling the Heat Yet?," by Penny Showalter, September, p. 36.

"Automated Data Access Is Key" (Executive Suite), by Kelly Kent, December, p. 84.

Aydelotte, Debora, "The Seven-Year Itch," December, p. 56.

[b]

Bailey, Adam Leitman and Rachel Sigmund, "Using the Courts to Abate the Foreclosure Crisis," February, p. 78.

"A Balancing Act--Consumer Protection and Broad Access to Credit" (Washington Update), by Debra W. Still, August, p. 84.

"Banking on Innovation," by Lowell Alcorn, August, p. 38.

"Basel III Redux," by Thomas J. Healy, September, p.

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