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The future will be digitally driven.

We’re transforming the industry through innovative technologies that reduce transaction time, increase accuracy, enhance transparency, and minimize costs.
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We're investing in the future of the real estate finance industry, building innovative technology solutions that serve as the backbone of our clients’ operations, seamlessly integrating with established technology platforms to drive efficiency, transparency and cost savings.

 

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We’ve brought together more than 650 technologists who are building and implementing innovative technologies that are trusted by leading financial institutions to reduce transaction time, drive efficiency, increase transparency and ultimately build better businesses.

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Commercial Real Estate

How Technology Is Transforming Warehouse Lending

Following the Great Financial Crisis of 2008, many of the nation’s largest banks began gravitating away from mortgage origination, concerned about higher risks, lower profits, and a changing regulatory environment. Over the last decade, independent mortgage banks (IMBs) or so-called “nonbanks” have filled the gap. Warehouse lenders extend short-term lines of credit to IMBs, secured by real estate collateral, allowing nonbanks to fund loans in their names rather than as a broker. IMBs originate and quickly sell the loans into the secondary market and pay the lender back.

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RRE Technology

Lenders Deploy Technology to Reduce Compliance Risk

Consumer protection regulations in the mortgage lending process have grown exponentially since the Great Recession. U.S. lenders must comply with federal mandates, regulations from 50 different states and nearly 200 different license types utilized by non-banks. Every step of the mortgage lending process requires specific disclosures, creating significant regulatory compliance risks. Fortunately, technology is quickly evolving to address the challenge.

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RRE Technology

How Digital Automation is Improving the Mortgage Process for Lenders, Originators and Consumers

Mortgage lending is a data-intensive endeavor, and the traditional loan process is time-consuming and bogged down in manual paperwork. But technology is streamlining and speeding the process for originators and their clients, as well as producing more accurate underwriting to reduce risk (and wasted time) for lenders and brokers. Meanwhile, the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital products among consumers, and they expect less friction in their transactions.

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Securent, a SitusAMC Insurance Services Branch, Launches Comprehensive Risk Management and Insurance Programs

NEW YORK – Nov. 16, 2021 – Securent [www.SecurentRisk.com], a newly-formed provider of comprehensive risk management and insurance programs for mortgage and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) stakeholders, today announced the launch of its operations. A subsidiary of SitusAMC, Securent’s loan defect insurance protects primary and secondary mortgage participants against risk associated with defects introduced in the loan manufacturing process, including underwriting defects, compliance violation

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SitusAMC Adds 1,500 Employees to Expand Support Capacity Across Originations and Secondary Market Due Diligence

NEW YORK – November 1, 2021 – SitusAMC, the leading provider of innovative, trusted solutions supporting the entire lifecycle of real estate finance and the industry’s top third-party review (TPR) firm, has hired more than 1,500 employees to boost support capacity for both originations and secondary market due diligence. The expansion is expected to expedite the flow of loans into private-label securitizations.

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