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10 Sep 2007:
IBM Lender Business Process Services, Inc. (IBM LBPS), a wholly owned subsidiary of IBM (
"We are pleased to have secured the HUD approval and to be nearing completion on the state licenses essential for us to support mortgage lenders with a private mortgage label fulfillment service," said Greg Sullins, executive director of IBM Lender Business Process Services, Inc. "IBM's solid mortgage fulfillment solutions will provide lenders with the technology and analytics they need to make better lending decisions in today's increasingly volatile market."
With the ongoing current credit crunch and the disappearance of several 90/10 and no money down loan products, industry analysts predict a slight increase in lenders leveraging federally insured FHA loans for new home buyers. FHA provides opportunities to individuals by offering loans that typically require lower down payments and which are available to borrowers with less than perfect credit characteristics. IBM LBPS's approval to provide mortgage origination in this space will become an important resource for lenders looking to expand in this area.
IBM LBPS was formed to help U.S. mortgage lenders improve back-office efficiencies in the highly cyclical mortgage market.
Lenders leveraging the IBM LBPS loan fulfillment advantage benefit from a sensible switch from a fixed cost structure to a variable, per-loan arrangement that allows for more consistent performance through market phases. In addition, with the "back office" taken care of, IBM LBPS enables lenders to focus resources on those activities that competitively differentiate their brand, products, distribution network and service experience.
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