Mortgage Banking 2012 Index

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Mortgage Banking 2012 Index


There are two parts to the 2012 Mortgage Banking index: AUTHOR/TITLE and SUBJECT.

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All articles for 2012 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

Book Reviews

Brokers

Business Outlook

Business Strategies

CFPB

Commercial/Multifamily

Compliance/Legal Issues/Licensing

Delinquencies/Foreclosures

Economic Trends and Forecasts

Elections

Enforcement

Fair Lending

FHA/VA

Field Services

Fraud and Risk Management

GSEs Home-Price Trends

Housing Market

Index

Industry Standards

Industry Trends

Interviews/Profiles

Legislative/Regulatory

Litigation

Loan Originator Compensation

Management

Market Trends

Origination Market

Policy

REO/Distressed Properties

Retail/Wholesale/Correspondent

Sales/Marketing

Secondary Market

Servicing Trends

State/Regional Markets

Technology

Training/Education

AUTHOR/TITLE INDEX

[a]

Abufaris, Ed, "Keeping All Your Options Open" (Executive Suite), December, p.18.

Abufaris, Ed, "Keys to Survival in Today's Lending Environment" (Executive Essay), March, p.109.

Abufaris, Ed, "Servicing's on Sale ..." (Executive Suite), July, p.14.

Adair, George, "Bay Equity Super-Sizes Loans," July, p. 34.

"Addressing the Friction Between Origination and Compliance" (Executive Essay), by Sue Woodard, September. p.107.

"Adopting a New Paradigm for the Mortgage Lending Process" (Servicing), by Michael Detwiler, August, p. 90.

"America for Sale?," by Louise L. Schiavone, January, p.34.

Anastos, Paul, "An Open Letter to the Next President" (Executive Suite), November, p.18.

"Apartment Lending Is Hot," by Steve Bergsman, May, p.52.

"Application Takers vs. Master Business Builders" (The Right Stuff), by Casey Cunningham, March, p.112.

"Appraising the Current Market" (Broker Business), by Howard Schneider, October, p.148.

"Are We There Yet? Reading the Signs of Seriously Delinquent Inventories" (Full Disclosure), by Mark Milner, June, p. 20.

"Are You a Fanatic?" (The Right Stuff), by Casey Cunningham, August, p. 81.

"Audit Overload," by Kip J. Bilderback and Alberta Hultman, October, p. 130.

Aydelotte, Debora, "Filling the Correspondent Gap," November, p. 36.

[b]

Bada, Joe, "REO Success Has a Local Address" (Servicing), February, p. 98.

Barloon, Joseph L., Anand S. Raman and Darren M. Welch, "Social Media: A New Fair Lending Frontier," December, p. 68.

"The Barn Coat vs. The Barn Burner," by Louise L. Schiavone, October, p. 94.

"Basel III Brings Opportunity to Optimize" (Executive Essay), by Shannon Lois, November, p. 77.

"The 'Battle' of the LOSes?" (Download This), by Gabe Minton, June, p. …

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