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Weekly Updates With Alice, Allen, Matt, Les, and Rob
We are in San Diego at the Annual Mortgage Banking Conference. I am in the midst of the conference, and I wish you all could be here. As many of you know, I’m a big supporter of mPower, and this was an amazing event. I wish I could transport every one of you into this meeting that happened here in San Diego.
It was so inspirational. If you are not getting your team involved in mPower, I don’t know what to say, but I do encourage you to get involved with the MBA and with mPower. I am so excited about our hot topic guest. We’ve got Marina Walsh of the MBA who’s responsible for research at the MBA. She is our hot topic guest. We caught up with her, and she gave us some great content that you’re going to be tuning in to. Stay tuned for the hot topic segment all the way through.
We want to say a special thank you to our sponsors, the Mortgage Bankers Association of America. Thank you to Lenders One and The Mortgage Collaborative. Both of these co-ops do a great job of helping you get to be up close and personal with other vendors. Also, the Community Mortgage Lenders of America. We’re grateful for their support, as well as Insellerate.
Also, if you look at how to train people, check out Knowledge Coop, Mobility MMI or Mortgage Market Intelligence, which does a good job as Modex for creating data. Also, to our friends at Snapdocs, it’s great to have them as a sponsor of the show, so check that out. Also, I want to say a special thank you to Rob Vanraaphorst, Les Parker, Alice Alvey, Allen, Matt, and Jack for their contributions to the show each and every week. Let’s get over to the TM Spotlight update of the macro view of the markets with Les Parker. Les, what do you have for us?
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Thanks, Les, for that music parody and an update on the markets. Folks, that wraps up this episode. Thank you so much for being here. Share this with others. I wish I could bring all of you here to this conference and have you listen to all that is being talked about here. It’s so important that you get involved with the MBA and that you start coming to these conferences. We are back together and we’re meeting. It’s so good to be back together in person at these conferences.
There’s an old saying my parents used to have. It says, “Make new friends and keep the old. One is silver and the other is gold.” I’m so grateful for the new friends we’re forming and getting here at the National Mortgage Banking Conference in San Diego. We’re also so thrilled to see all our old friends.
I want to say special thank you to our sponsors, Finastra, CMLA, Lenders One, Insellerate, Mobility MMI, as well as Modex and the MBA, also Knowledge Coop, Mortgage Collaborative, and of course, Snapdocs. I’m very excited about their sponsorship and the partnership with them. Thank you so much for being a part of the show. Have a great week, everybody. I look forward to see you back here next episode.