Movement Mortgage’s Casey Crawford on leading the industry through the mortgage market’s highs and lows
The Housing News Podcast is a weekly wrap of the top news stories by HousingWire CEO Clayton Collins.
Each week, HousingWire interviews financial services experts who can help make sense of the latest headlines sponsored by our partners at Arch MI and Quicken Loans Mortgage Services.
This week, Movement Mortgage CEO and Co-founder Casey Crawford joins the Housing News Podcast for episode seven.
In this episode, the former NFL player touches on the biggest issue facing the housing finance sector – the ongoing uptick in forbearance requests from the nation’s financially strained borrowers, and the impact it is having on independent mortgage servicers nationwide.
Crawford also shares his perspective on how the U.S. mortgage industry can best adapt and overcome challenges during this period of uncertainty.
According to Crawford, the mortgage market is one of dramatic highs and dramatic lows. If mortgage companies want to overcome volatility, industry leaders must position their organizations to proactively address problems quickly and decisively.
Here are links to the topics discussed:
- Calabria: No servicer liquidity facility coming, but GSEs may pull servicing from struggling companies
- MBA “strongly disagrees” with FHFA Director Calabria’s stance on servicing
- [PULSE] A federal liquidity solution for the mortgage servicing industry
- [PULSE] IMBs are the path to recovery, not the problem
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