Each month, we publish Convergence, a monthly newsletter that provides a brief update on the work we are doing to unify the efforts to help families achieve and sustain homeownership.
This month we announce our work with CityVision to build a platform for the intake and processing of fair housing complaints. Additionally, U.S. Bank and Nationstar have adopted the new post-HAMP home retention case type. We end the issue by providing an update on HLP's new Servicer Advisory Council as well as hear some thoughts from Gary Lacefield of CityVision regarding how best to tackle fair housing issues.
This month we announce our continued support for counsleors and servicers after the expiration of HAMP. Additionally, we call for 1,000 nonprofit housing counselors to sign a petition encouraging all servicers to use HLP. We also provide an udpate on Freddie Mac's deployment of HLP to support their Borrower Help Centers. Lastly, HLP CEO, Cam Melchiorre, gives his thoughts on 2016 as well as discusses HLP's plans for 2017.
This month we announce Wells Fargo Housing Foundation's grant to HLP to provide potential home buyers with access to HLP.Guru to help them qualify for a mortgage loan. Next we provide an update on the robust security infrastructure in place for HLP.Guru. Lastly, we end this month's issue with thoughts from Milt Sharp of eHome America on trends in online education for homeownership.
This month announce Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency's decision to use HLP systems to manage its flow of data, provide new capabilities to Pennsylvania's nonprofit housing counseling agencies, and much more! Additionally, we discuss the launch of Finance of America's program to provide six months of HLP.Guru to applicants who are unable to qualify for a mortgage loan. Lastly, we share some thoughts from Steve O'Connor of the Mortgage Banker's Association on
In this month's issue of Convergence we dive deep into U.S. Bank's use of Homeowner Connect to let homeowners apply directly for a loan modification. We then explore Finance of America's affinity program for nonprofit ccounselors and their clients, announce both Caliber and Seterus as fully participating servicers with HLP, and announce City Vision's adoption of HLP's case management system to process fair housing discimination complaints. Lastly, Tim Walsh of Finance of America shares his thoughts on the company's commitment to helping families achieve and sustain homeownership.
This month we highlight Ditech's use of HLP.Guru to help declined applicants become ready to buy a home. Additionally, we take a look at US Bank's expansive deployment of HLP's technology platform going live on August 1st in their servicing operations. Lastly, we share thoughts from Laura Reichel, SVP for Ditech, on the company's commitment to helping families achieve and sustain homeownership.
This month we are excited to announce a new pricing & enrollment procss for HLP.Guru. Published results of the June survey show that nearly two-thirds of the nation's nonprofit housing counseling agencies said they need help in marketing and publicizing their services to potential home buyers.
This month we announce the start of a new national outreach program with Ditech for borrowers eligible for FHFA's new principal forgiveness program. Furthermore, we are publishing the results of the most recent national sruvey of nonprofit counselors about the opportunities and challenges they see for helping their clients. Lastly, Patty Hasson, President of Clarifi, discusses the issues faced by people seeking counseling.
This month we discuss the start of three significant new HLP system deployments with Freddie Mac, US Bank and Ditech. Additionally, Mark Cole, HLP’s chief strategy officer, shares his thoughts on why more organizations are turning to HLP technology to support their business goals.
Louann Bernstone, HLP's SVP of Risk, Governance & Compliance, discusses HLP's comprehensive security plan and testing that protects client data and satisfies the regulatory and compliance needs of our customers. Additionally, Jim Ryan of Credit Plus shares how their partnership with HLP is a key component of its business strategies.
The launch of a new counselor training program in 8 cities across the nation that will teach agencies how to use HLP systems more effectively to help families achieve and sustain homeownership.
Updates on the launch of HLP.guru and how HLP is expanding its traditional role of connecting stakeholders in homeownership into the affordable lending and origination markets.
This month we take a look at the American Dream Homeownership Initiative in Oakland and welcome new board chair, CoreLogic's, Faith Schwartz.
HLP makes a major announcement regarding our new platform to support originations and affordable lending initiatives. Tim Brown, NFL Hall of Fame member, discusses the challenges and opportunities for individuals and families seeking to become homeowners.
This month we take a closer look at HLP's partnerships and the organizations that are seeking to deepen their use of HLP software. Danny Gardner, Freddie Mac's Single Family Vice President of Affordable Lending and Access to Credit, examines today's challenges of mortgage lending and discusses the company's efforts to responsibly expand affordable lending.
Hope LoanPort rebrands itself to HLP. Cam Melchiorre, HLP's CEO, explains the reason for the rebranding and our expanded vision for serving the housing sector.
HLP considers the top 10 ideas of how servicers, counselors, and other stakeholders are using HLP to improve their effectivness in their day-to-day work with homeowners.
More than 600 attorneys are using HLP to provide quick decisions to their clients. Jon Ballard, HLP's Director of Business Development, discusses HLP's recent efforts in the bankruptcy space.
This month we highlight how HLP's technology platform meets and exceed the growing security and compliance requirements facing the counseling sectors. Joel Daly, Chief Operating Officer of HOSTING Inc, weighs in on how HOSTING works to ensure the seucrity and reliability of their customer's data.
Using HLP can help reduce the turn around time in the loan modification process.
This month HLP takes a closer look at how Counseling Intermediaries can increase their network effectiveness by using HLP.
HLP is expanding its data exchange capabilities by ofering a National Exchange for Servicing Transfers. The new solution leverages existing technologies to create a national standard for MSR transfers.
Over 20,000 foreclosure mediation cases have been filed within HLP. HLP discusses the impact the new case type is having on the housing sector.
HLP's new Applicant Preparation Service will enable mortgage companies and nonprofit credit counseling agencies to collaborate and help more people qualify for a mortgage loan.