Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Tagged with: Fannie Mae FinTech Foreclosure Investment Risk Safeguard Technology Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Related Articles March 28, 2019 2,049 Views Mitigating Risks Through Technology Fannie Mae FinTech Foreclosure Investment Risk Safeguard Technology 2019-03-28 Seth Welborn Share Save Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago About Author: Seth Welborn Home / Daily Dose / Mitigating Risks Through Technology in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, Investment, Market Studies, News, Secondary Market Previous: Wells Fargo, After Sloan Next: The Best Day to List a Home Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Print This Post Sign up for DS News Daily The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Seth Welborn is a Reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Harding University, he has covered numerous topics across the real estate and default servicing industries. Additionally, he has written B2B marketing copy for Dallas-based companies such as AT&T. An East Texas Native, he also works part-time as a photographer. On Thursday, April 11, from 1–2 p.m. EDT, DS News will host a webinar to explore the increased risks facing servicers and mortgage professionals. The webinar, titled “Risky Business: Using Data and Analytics to Protect Properties,” is presented by Safeguard Properties and will include insights from Tim Rath, AVP, Business Development, Safeguard Properties; Jason Heckman, AVP, Mobile and Analytics, Safeguard Properties; and John Thibaudeau, Director, Single-Family Real Estate, Fannie Mae.Managing foreclosed properties can be a challenge without proper procedures in place. With the help of technology, the risks can be efficiently targeted, helping to identify solutions and significantly lower costs. Our panel of experts will discuss the latest property management innovations and how they can protect your investment.Discussing how industry professionals can mitigate risks, Heckman told DS News, “Analyzing the property data reported from the field helps the mortgage servicing industry make informed business decisions that benefit their bottom line. By providing insight into trends, we can detect potential risks and help mitigate some of the biggest challenges threatening our clients’ assets.”By utilizing it effectively and safely, technology can be a vital asset to your business.”Data and technology are so powerful in helping me manage my business,” Thibaudeau said. “It helps my team make better decisions, reduces costs, and enables my team to conduct business more quickly in providing a better experience for our customers.”While you’ll have to register and tune in to see how the full discussion unfolds on April 11, Rath offers some questions to consider:What has been the evolution of technology in the servicing space?How can data and analytics be utilized to manage risks to properties such as crime, vandalism, and emergency preparedness?What are the challenges and benefits of incorporating new technology into existing systems?Concerning cost and ROI, what is the value of investing in technology now?What future innovations in technology in the servicing space are on the horizon?Dive deeper into these questions and more—register for the webinar here. Subscribe
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It’s the ultimate family haven.When crafting the house, light was carefully considered. The living areas are light filled from sunrise to sunset, the pool enjoys the rays all day long and the outdoor entertainment zones are protected from the weather for year-round use. It’s the natural light that makes the living area Ms Poole’s favourite spot. “What I really love about it is that from every angle in the living area, the sun can penetrate through all the windows,” she said, “The way it has been designed, it opens up to the north and we enjoy light throughout the day. Plus, the pool area enjoys the sun all day but the house is also protected from the weather.” The four-bedroom house exudes style at every turn. It is set to head under the hammer on August 24.Owner Donna Poole, who has lived at the property with her family for a decade, said it was completely rebuilt in 2013. “The reason we bought the house was we wanted to be in a quiet cul-de-sac position on the Isle of Capri,” she said. “It has been a great family home with great entertaining and great indoor outdoor living. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa10 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day ago“The indoors spill seamlessly to the outdoor area with big stack-back doors.“We have got a separate wing for the children and a separate wing for the adults, which is always nice.” It was custom designed by Jared Poole. A luxury house with a bold and beautiful design has hit the market at 104 Gibraltar Drive, Isle of Capri.IT’S a contemporary entertainer that exudes sleek style and luxury fixtures. From its impressive kerbside appeal through to the waterfront deck and every nook and cranny in-between, the Isle of Capri house is stunning and stylish. Created by Jared Poole, of self-titled design company, the modern abode at 104 Gibraltar Drive is characterised by high ceilings, chic fittings and an effortless flow between the indoor living zones and outdoor areas. It was also designed to be the ultimate family haven, where kids can feel right at home and parents can enjoy some privacy. MORE NEWS: Millionaire selling ‘rarely utilised’ beachfront padMORE NEWS: Low interest rate tipped to stay The best of waterfront living is on offer.The kitchen, where top-of-the-range appliances are all integrated and a luxurious island doubles as a breakfast bar, was another standout feature for the family, as well as the “sunset deck” that takes in views of the Surfers Paradise skyline. Ms Poole said the waterfront lifestyle could be thoroughly enjoyed thanks to the property’s boat ramp, shed and winch. “Not all houses on the water have a boatshed and they are hard to get approval for now so we retained it and refurbished it,” she said. The family are selling to move locally. The four-bedroom house is set to head under the hammer on August 24 through Ray White Broadbeach duo Sam Guo and Julia Kuo. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:34Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD540p540p360p360p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy The Block has been such a success00:35
SOMERTON, Ariz. (Jan. 10) – After he got back in the lead, Chaz Baca got the $1,000 IMCA Modified feature win Friday night at Cocopah Speedway. Modifieds – 1. Chaz Baca; 2. Braxton Yeager; 3. Marlyn Seidler; 4. Lance Mari; 5. Bobby Hogge IV; 6. Bricen James; 7. Jeff Taylor; 8. Jake O’Neil; 9. R.C. Whitwell; 10. Tim Ward; 11. Casey Arneson; 12. Bobby Horton; 13. Mark Carrell; 14. Austin Kuehl; 15. Don Gumke; 16. Jerry Flippo; 17. Michael Thing; 18. Travis Mosley; 19. Regan Tafoya; 20. Jessie Hoskins; 21. Kollin Hibdon; 22. Don Geist; 23. Tom Berry Jr.; 24. Jardin Fuller; 25. Spencer Wilson. Stock Cars – 1. Brendon LaBatte; 2. Gene Henrie; 3. Steffan Carey; 4. Troy Jerovetz; 5. Kevin Roberts; 6. Aaron Spangler; 7. Nuggett Shupe; 8. Tony Hill; 9. Leslie Gill; 10. Chanse Hollatz; 11. J.C. Parmeley; 12. Andy Altenburg; 13. Jake Smith. Eric Knutson, Joshua Cordova, Brad King and Scott Tenney were scored behind Gonska. Completing the top five were Gene Henrie, Steffan Carey, Troy Jerovetz and Kevin Roberts. Tim Gonska’s long tow from Minnesota was rewarded with the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock checkers. All 17 cars that started the 20-circuit contest finished on the lead lap. Third finishing Miles Morris led the first 14 laps. Ty Rogers was fourth and David Pitt fifth. Night two IMCA Modified checkers flew for Chaz Baca at Cocopah Speedway’s Winter Nationals. (Photo by Bobby McMorris) Brendon LaBatte got the best of his IMCA Sunoco Stock Car foes Friday night at Winter Nationals. (Photo by Bobby McMorris) Hobby Stocks – 1. Tim Gonska; 2. Eric Knutson; 3. Joshua Cordova; 4. Brad King; 5. Scott Tenney; 6. Nathan DeRagon; 7. Jason Duggins; 8. Jim Robinson; 9. Jason Penny; 10. Francisco Cordova; 11. Andy Pearce; 12. Rick Hibbard; 13. Jason Beshears; 14. Hunter Cavanagh; 15. David Callis; 16. Kenzie Olsen; 17. Oscar Duarte. Tom Berry Jr. ran third much of the way before bringing out a late caution; Baca was already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot. Canadian Brendon LaBatte was the leader the last 17 times around the track in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car headliner. Feature Results Baca had regained the point by the time the next lap was scored, however, and led Yeager, Marlyn Seidler, Lance Mari and Bobby Hogge IV across the stripe. Baca ran in front the first nine circuits of the Winter Nationals main event before Braxton Yeager drove by. After working his way from seventh starting, Cody Thompson led the last three laps in the abbreviated Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature. Runner-up was Manny Baldiviez. Northern SportMods – 1. Cody Thompson; 2. Manny Baldiviez; 3. Miles Morris; 4. Ty Rogers; 5. David Pitt; 6. Taylor Kuehl; 7. Shelby Frye; 8. Michael Johnson; 9. Chris Toth; 10. Joey Klemish; 11. Jimmy Davy; 12. Camron Spangler; 13. Clay Erickson; 14. Slade Pitt; 15. Brian Carey; 16. Joshua Cordova; 17. Tony Miller; 18. Mike Wells; 19. Jimmy Wilson; 20. Justin Brierley; 21. Tate Johnson; 22. Kyle Salo; 23. Ron Schreiner; 24. Tyler Inman.
BEN CLASSON/Herald photoAfter losing to No. 1 Penn State Nov. 16 — which secured afifth-straight Big Ten title for the Nittany Lions — the No. 9 Wisconsinvolleyball team (25-4, 17-3 Big Ten) wanted to finish strong over the finalthree games before the NCAA tournament started.”It’s important to have momentum going into the tournament,”senior co-captain Jocelyn Wack said. “That is something we strive for everyyear.”With a pair of sweeps over Iowa (9-21, 1-18) and Minnesota(18-12, 11-9) this past weekend, the Badgers accomplished their goal and willnow enter the tournament on a three-match winning streak.”We definitely stepped our game up and are playing a lotstronger overall as a group,” senior setter Jackie Simpson said. “That isdefinitely something we wanted to do. We kind of hit that midseason brick wallagainst Michigan State. I think we really stepped it up a notch and going intothe tournament it is where we want to be at.”In the seniors’ final home match, Taylor Reineke refused tolet her team lose, as she took over the match early in game one and led herteam to a sweep of rival Minnesota 30-19, 30-17, 30-16. For the night, Reinekeled all players with 14 kills and a .667 hitting percentage. She also chippedin with three blocks.”This is the last Big Ten match and I’m a senior so this isall I have left,” Reineke said. “I just wanted to end on a good note and helpthe team going into the NCAA. … The team played really well today. All thepasses were on the target and the sets were on the money.”After the match, even the Minnesota players were impressedwith Reineke’s performance.”I actually played club with [Reineke],” Minnesota middleblocker Jesse Jones said. “On her senior night I’m happy that she got a win. Itis the best I’ve every seen her play, especially offensively.”Besides the strong play from Reineke, Wisconsin used toughserving to help separate itself from Minnesota throughout the match. TheBadgers had runs of 11-0 in the first game and 6-0 in the second and thirdgames.”That was our goal,” head coach Pete Waite said about theBadgers’ serving game. “We’ve been working on it all year, and I think the teamreally realized it’s time to get it done now. We had pressure on them the wholetime, which kept them out of their offense, kept them out of rhythm, and keptthem on their heels. It gave us momentum throughout the entire match.”Wisconsin finished the match with six service aces and keptthe Golden Gophers to a .000 hitting percentage. Jones and Kyla Roehrig, two ofMinnesota’s top hitters, combined for only five kills against 12 errors for a-.233 hitting percentage.”I thought Wisconsin served the ball about as well as youcan serve it,” Minnesota head coach Mike Hebert said. “When you start servingthat aggressively you can keep a team off balance, and they kept us off balanceall night.”Wisconsin opened up their final home weekend of the regularseason by dispatching last-place Iowa 30-20, 30-22, 30-23 in front of 5,046fans. Before the match, Wisconsin honored five seniors — Reineke, Wack,Simpson, Megan Mills, and Amanda Berkley — for their contributions to the teamover the last four years.”I thought we did a nice job tonight,” Waite said. “When wewere down at Iowa, we went four games with them and it was one of our goals totry and get it down in three tonight.”Iowa senior Stacy Vitali opened the match with a kill togive the Hawkeyes an early lead. However, after both teams traded a couple points,sophomore Caity DuPont put down her first kill of the night to give Wisconsin a3-2 edge that the Badgers would not give up the rest of the game.”[Iowa] had some different people in the lineup,” Waitesaid. “Vitali on the left side was kind of a surprise to us, but I thought theteam adjusted well to that.”Wisconsin then used the momentum gained in the first game tocruise to another sweep and send Iowa to its 15th-straight Big Ten loss.For the night, Wisconsin led Iowa in every statisticalcategory, including kills, where the Badgers had a 51-36 lead. DuPont led allplayers with a career-high 16 kills.”Earlyin the season [DuPont] and Al Wack were really going back and forth with courttime and Caity really stepped it up,” Waite said. “Each week she has been onthe court, she has gotten more confident and stronger out there so she hasreally earned it.”SophomoreBrittany Dolgner was the only other player in double digits with 10 kills.Katherine Dykstra and Taylor Reineke chipped in with nine and eight killsrespectively.
Syracuse (10-4) begins the 2015 calendar year and the Atlantic Coast Conference season 1-0 with its 68-66 victory over Virginia Tech (8-6, 0-1) in Blacksburg, Virginia on Saturday afternoon.Although the Hokies were shorthanded without their suspended leading rebounder Joey van Zegeren, VT still made a second-half push that nearly erased SU’s 19-point halftime lead and made the Orange sweat a bit. Here are three quick takeaways from SU’s ACC opener.Get bigWith van Zegeren inactive, the Hokies started four guards. Forward Shane Henry, at 6 feet, 8 inches, was the only VT starter taller than 6 feet, 5 inches. Seven-foot freshman Satchel Pierce came off the bench, but he drew three first-half fouls and fouled out with five minutes left, and the Hokies were often relegated to small lineups.And Syracuse took advantage, with a 26-14 edge on the boards by halftime. Tyler Roberson had 10 of his 17 boards by the break and Rakeem Christmas had 10 first-half points en route to a 17-point, nine-rebound performance.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFirst stepACC play proved to be the beginning of Trevor Cooney’s downfall last season after a strong nonconference performance.And his outing Saturday encompassed both ups and downs. Cooney netted 18 points and did so with the versatility that he’s displayed well so far this season. He hit four 3s, connected on a few midrange pull-up jumpers and aggressively attacked the rim as he helped diversify SU’s inside-heavy offense.But Cooney had a rough second half, making just one of his nine attempts, as the Orange shot 31.8 percent in the second half after a 43.2 percent clip in the first. When it was all said and done, Cooney finished 6-for-21, including 4-of-13 from 3-point land.Changing of the guardWhile Cooney turned in a strong first half, point guard Kaleb Joseph played just eight minutes in the first frame to Ron Patterson’s 12. Joseph committed two first-half fouls and picked up his third and fourth in the second half, which opened up more playing time for Patterson.The sophomore’s 3-point shooting woes continued, misfiring on four attempts, but he successfully drove to the basket and dished out three assists to make himself useful while Joseph sat on the bench.But Patterson also contributed to the Orange’s free-throw shooting troubles — making just two out of six in the final 41 seconds — at the end of the game that kept the Hokies within striking distance. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 3, 2015 at 2:33 pm