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Black Knight’s New Digital Solutions

first_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago  Print This Post Black Knight eOriginal Inc. Expedite Close Inc Technology 2019-03-11 Staff Writer Home / Daily Dose / Black Knight’s New Digital Solutions Sign up for DS News Daily in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Technology The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Tagged with: Black Knight eOriginal Inc. Expedite Close Inc Technology Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: Sagent Lending Technologies Launches a New User Interface Next: Time and Policy to Heal New York Foreclosure Backlogcenter_img Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Related Articles Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe Stephanie Bacot is an experienced multimedia writer having created content for print, web, television, and more. She is the past producer of BIZTV, a national television network for businesses and entrepreneurs that reached more than 200,000 professionals. She has more than 15 years’ experience in healthcare marketing and was an advertising exec for Healthcare Journal of Baton Rouge, a trade publication focused on the healthcare industry, as well as the marketing director for a $5 million surgery center. Bacot is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a degree in Marketing and Communications. She resides in Dallas when she’s not pursuing her love of travel. Share Save The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago eOriginal Inc. has announced that Black Knight, Inc. will begin offering the company’s mortgage origination and settlement clients the ability to create, execute and deliver eNotes using eOriginal technology. Black Knight clients using the company’s Expedite Close digital closing solution will now be able to integrate eNotes into their mortgage origination process.Black Knight joins others in the industry such as Fannie Mae, MERSCORP Holdings and Wells Fargo Home Lending in leveraging eOriginal’s eNote technology to help provide system capability and liquidity to the digital mortgage market. “At Black Knight, we’re laser-focused on transforming the mortgage industry through innovation,” said Rich Gagliano, President, Origination Technologies, Black Knight. “When it comes to the digital mortgage, creation, and acceptance of the eNote represents a quintessential ‘last mile’ challenge. By offering access to eOriginal technology through our Expedite Close solution, we’re traversing that last mile, and adding another key tool our clients need to achieve an end-to-end digital real estate transaction.”eOriginal has provided scalability and adoption of technology in the mortgage ecosystem. In addition, eOriginal provides technology for mortgage servicers that assists in the management of life-of-loan events in a digital environment.“Black Knight’s collaboration with eOriginal marks another significant step toward an end-to-end digital mortgage,” said Simon Moir, SVP and General Manager of Digital Mortgage at eOriginal. “The integration with eOriginal continues their commitment with a focus on capital efficiency and market execution, and provides clients with a capability that is proven, reliable and readily deployed.” About Author: Stephanie Bacot March 11, 2019 2,037 Views Black Knight’s New Digital Solutionslast_img read more

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Capitol Watch: Vacation week ahead of legislative storms

first_imgIn the latest from Albany and Washington … both Congress and the New York Legislature were on break last week, but battles are brewing in both bodies. Rep. Tom Reed and the House will vote on President Trump’s national emergency declaration. Albany gears up for budget season, which, could be contentious even with full Democratic control over all three negotiating bodies.Rep. Tom Reed (23rd Congressional District)The House will vote on a resolution which would rescind President Trump’s proposed national emergency under the National Emergency Act of 1976. Rep. Tom Reed, after initially indicating he might buck the President by voting to rescind his declaration, doubled back last weekend. He said at a town hall event in Groton on Saturday that while he doesn’t agree with President Trump’s decision to declare the national emergency, legally, he has the right to do so.“I believe the President has the emergency authority to do what he’s done given the nature of the crisis and the concerns that we see at the border,” Reed said.Reed more precisely disagrees with the National Emergency Act as it’s currently written and said he would like to see any action to amend that law as part of this whole situation.“I would like to do is have a better resolution that pulls that authority, not only away from President Trump, but just like President Obama in certain areas went over executive overreach, executive action that I disagreed with. I would like to see if we rescind that authority under the National Emergency Act of 1976 and replace it with a more narrowly drafted piece of legislation so that we don’t have this open ended use of emergency authority by any president,” Reed said. Want more political coverage? Problems to Solve: Rep. Tom Reed discusses navigating a Democrat-controlled HouseCapitol Watch: Reed bucks Trump on emergency declaration, Lifton weighs in on recreational weedCapitol Watch: Child Victims Act, guns bills in Albany, mid-east treaties and a Green New Deal in Washington Reed was also asked about the ongoing situation in Venezuela, where the U.S. has formally recognized opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the interim president over Nicolas Maduro. Over the weekend, shipments of humanitarian aid were intercepted by the Maduro regime. One constituent asked at Reed’s town hall if he would support war in Venezuela.“Generally, I’ve been hesitant to support any type of military engagement overseas,” Reed replied. “I believe we’ve had too many of these long-term entanglements and so anytime there’s a discussion of that, I’m very skeptical to support it.”Reed then pivoted to criticize the socialist government of Venezuela under the Maduro regime. It’s also worth noting that Reed voted against removing U.S. support for Saudi Arabia in its war in Yemen a few weeks ago.As people across the country have begun filing their tax returns, many finding a much smaller check from Uncle Sam, Reed has taken to defending the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which he helped write. He told Cheddar last week the savings from the tax cuts were up front, and weren’t meant to be reimbursed as part of tax returns.“I haven’t heard any concern. I’ve spoken with the chair, Assemblyman Cusick, and he was very positive about the bill. He said he was eager to do it.”Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton (D-125th Assembly District)A bill that would permanently halt plans to build a highly controversial trash incinerator in the Seneca Army Depot facility between Seneca and Cayuga lakes in Romulus is going before the Assembly Energy Committee this week. Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton helped craft the bill which she also cosponsors, but it is technically sponsored by chairman of the energy committee, Staten Island Assemblyman Michael Cusick. Republicans like state Senator Pamela Helming have also signaled support against the trash incinerator.Despite some early confusion on who would draft the legislation and how it would be worded to be pushed through and signed into law, Lifton says the bill is making progress and she hasn’t heard of any major hurdles in its way.“I haven’t heard any concern,” Lifton said in an interview last week. “I’ve spoken with the chair, Assemblyman Cusick, and he was very positive about the bill. He said he was eager to do it.” Your government news is made possible with support from: Tagged: Albany, andrew cuomo, barbara lifton, capitol watch, chuck schumer, kirsten gillibrand, politics, Tom Omara, tom reed The majority of the Legislature’s time over the next few weeks will be absorbed with negotiations surrounding the state budget. One of the ideas put forward by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as part of his executive budget proposal would cut the Aid and Incentives for Municipalities (AIM) or state revenue sharing with local governments. He has since revised the idea to have counties disburse newly collected internet sales tax revenues to make up for the loss.“This is not a restoration of AIM funding,” Lifton said, joining the growing voices on both sides of the aisle against the cut.She believes that, since sales tax revenue is already collected by counties, the state suggesting that revenue be sent to other subsidiary governments is an overreach by the state trying to direct localities on how to spend their revenue. She said she believes the state should do more to fund local governments, as is technically legally required.“I think that was an important principle that was enshrined in law. We all know that local governments do so much to help create the prosperity of our state,” she said.Since the Assembly was on recess, Lifton hadn’t spoken directly with her colleagues on the matter, but thought that the chamber’s Democratic majority would oppose the proposal.Senator Tom O’Mara (R-58th N.Y. Senate District)State Senator Tom O’Mara has also strongly opposed the Governor’s proposed cuts to AIM.“It’s an outrageous move to add another unfunded state mandate on counties when they are already struggling to get out from under one of America’s biggest piles of unfunded state mandates,” O’Mara said in a written statement last week.O’Mara also added that he believes the governor is pushing the proposal as a way to work against local governments and Upstate New York.Another legislative initiative has been floating around Albany for a few months now — the legalization of recreational marijuana. Gov. Cuomo pushed the initiative as part of his early proposals on criminal justice reform. Legalization efforts have since faced some pressure in the Legislature where some members, like O’Mara say they want to tread carefully on the issue.“Let’s do this right, if it’s done at all,” O’Mara said. “A step as significant as this one cannot and should not be taken because of pure political expediency. It needs to be a more deliberative and careful legislative process that includes public hearings and a full public airing of the benefits and the dangers.”Separate from recreational marijuana, the rollout of industrial hemp was already legalized in New York State, a move that has since been echoed on the national level with Congress removing hemp, which is in the cannabis family, from the federal schedule of controlled substances. While the move opens up a lot of opportunity, it also widens competition with other states across the country.O’Mara worked on the rollout of the initial program, and is excited to see the sector developing.“The response to the foundation we have put down over the past several years has been outstanding and exciting,” he said.But, he also had criticism of Gov. Cuomo, who he claims has slowed development on hemp by lumping regulation of the crop in with medical marijuana, which is grown, processed and maintained on different standards.“The Cuomo administration and the New York State bureaucracy is dragging its feet on decoupling industrial hemp from its marijuana regulatory framework and that, unfortunately, still is a significant roadblock in the way of progress for this industry in New York State,” O’Mara said. “That needs to change, the sooner the better.”U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand & U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck SchumerSenator Kirsten Gillibrand and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer addressed the situation in Venezuela last week. They said they both oppose embattled President Nicolas Maduro’s blockage of humanitarian aid from being shipped into the country from the U.S..The Maduro regime must end its violence and let food and medicine get to their people from Colombia and Brazil. America should stand with the Venezuelan people and our allies to take diplomatic and humanitarian steps, and press Maduro to accept a peaceful, democratic resolution.— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) February 25, 2019 Sen. Gillibrand took advantage of her week off to take another trip out to Iowa, touring the early caucus state in her bid for the presidency in 2020. However, Gillibrand’s trip didn’t enthrall one Iowa restaurant goer who was a little more interested in ranch dressing than New York’s junior senator. Vaughn Golden Vaughn Golden is a freelance radio and print reporter covering politics around the southern tier and central New York. He authors the weekly “Capitol Watch” watchdog report on Ithaca’s representatives… More by Vaughn Goldenlast_img read more

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Youth Cycling in Schools

first_imgThe impacts of the program have been massive. “[In the past year] the number of suspensions has decreased and grades have increased. I’m sure many factors contribute to this progress, but I feel the Riding for Focus program is one of them,” says Ford. “The other benefits I have seen are tremendous: increased self-confidence, increased social and spatial awareness, increased accountability.”  ANYONE CAN DO IT The Strider Foundation is founded upon the belief that cycling should be available to everyone, regardless of their physical, mental, or financial abilities. “[When we learned] the approach and the impact of the foundation, my husband and I were literally moved to tears…it resonated so deeply as a way to honor all that our friend had embodied,” says Turner. In addition to donating bikes, the Strider Foundation also offers their “Learn-to-Ride” curriculum, which equips teachers with the training necessary to make learning how to ride fun, safe, and educational. ADVOCACY IN ACTION In her first year on the job, Matthews teamed up with Bailey Middle School physical education teacher Stephanie Ford to apply for the Ride for Focus grant. “The goal of this program is to provide a healthy outlet for kids who are struggling,” Matthews explains. “This helps with their behavior and academic achievements.”  Working hard to get bikes in schools in North Carolina is Cathy Matthews, Advocacy Specialist with Spirited Cyclist in Huntersville, near Charlotte. Matthews has helped middle and elementary schools in her community implement the programs that Outride and Strider have to offer. Meet a dedicated group from North Carolina working hard to get bikes into schools. And the benefits aren’t limited just to the fun of riding, Ford explains. “Every student has a job during class such as safety, maintenance, teacher assistant, and technology, which includes wearing a GoPro while riding.” Students at Bailey Middle not only gain cycling skills, but also learn about collaboration and the work that goes into having a safe and fun ride. While I grew up with my own bike at home, many kids lack access and aren’t so fortunate. However, thanks to Outride’s Ride for Focus grants and Strider’s All Kids Bike program, bikes are being incorporated into physical education programs all over the country to give kids that feeling of freedom and confidence that we all need in our youth.  THE FREEDOM OF THE RIDEcenter_img Bailey Middle was awarded the grant in 2018 and used the funds to purchase bikes from Spirited Cyclist. “It was very exciting for us at Spirited Cyclist to build and deliver 21 brand new bikes to Bailey Middle school for their new bike program,” Matthews recalls. HONORING A FRIEND Between the funds raised through the GoFundMe and the connection to the Strider Foundation, Donna and her husband, Ed, were able to get Strider’s bikes and curriculum into three schools: Bruns Academy, Torrence Elementary, and Endhaven Elementary. Turner explains, “the longevity and impact of the program seemed ideally suited to have [Jeanette’s] passion live on.” After the success of this effort, Turner is just getting started. “We made the decision to try to raise additional funds to sponsor more schools. We’re partnering with Primal Brewery & Spirited Cyclist to host a benefit at Primal Brewery in Huntersville on March 21st,” Turner says. Bikes offer kids the opportunity to exercise, learn, and gain a sense of freedom and confidence, regardless of their home life or background. “Bikes are independence, confidence and fun all rolled into one,” Turner says. “We’ve seen how quickly the confidence grows, and how much fun a kid can have doing something [many of us] were blessed to have taken for granted. We’d love to see every kid have the opportunity to learn and have fun at the same time.” Matthews, Ford, and Turner all have shown that with some serious dedication and collaboration, getting bikes and cycling curriculum into schools is possible. With organizations like Strider and Outride working hard to team up with schools, bike shops, and everyday people, we could be looking at a future where all kids have access to ride a bike. Students at Bailey Middle School posing on their brand new Specialized Bikes. Matthews and the Spirited Cyclist team also helped get bikes into three Charlotte-area elementary schools by partnering with Donna Turner, a local who was moved to advocate for bikes in schools after the passing of a close friend who had a deep passion for cycling. “When J [Jeanette Martin] passed following a battle with breast cancer, I wanted to do something to keep her spirit and memory alive, so I started a GoFundMe page to raise funds for bikes [in schools]…” Turner explains. “We heard about the Strider Foundation through Spirited Cyclist… I reached out to [owner] James Good looking for direction on how to use the funds we had raised to honor the passing of [Martin] to bring bikes to kids in the community.” Any one of us who loves to bike had that moment when we took off the training wheels, finally kept our balance, and pedaled forward without ever looking back. Freedom at last. Biking gave me the independence, confidence, and coordination that I so craved for the six years leading up to that moment.  If you’re interested in advocating for bikes in schools, reach out to your nearest bike shop. Many bike shops have information on grants and programs that make bikes more accessible.last_img read more

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UN-backed PRI to overhaul principles, accountability measures

first_imgThe Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) may introduce a tiered membership system to differentiate between members that enforce its code and those that fail to do so.Martin Skancke, chairman of the UN-backed initiative, also signalled that an overhaul of the existing six principles – built around integration and disclosure of environmental, social and governance (ESG) information – may be considered as it approached its 10-year anniversary.Skancke, writing in the PRI’s 2015 annual report, said the organisation’s work had focused increasingly on areas outside its initial remit, extending to matters such as fiduciary duty and principal-agent conflict.He said the increased workload had been reflected in its written mission statement, which looked at the obstacles facing a sustainable financial system, such as market practices and regulation. “Should this ethos,” Skancke asked, “now be incorporated into the Principles themselves?” He also argued that, with the introduction of measurable targets for the PRI’s nearly 1,400 signatories, the organisation would be better able to assess how asset owners were incorporating the principles into appointing and monitoring asset managers – potentially allowing it to hold signatories to account.“We will consult with [signatories] on possible mechanisms for this, which could include new levels of membership to reflect signatories’ level of commitment to responsible investment and new criteria for delisting signatories,” he said.Asset owners and managers have long privately voiced concerns the PRI is being used by some as a way of proving to clients they are committed to ESG, without any mechanism in place to enforce compliance.Fiona Reynolds, the PRI’s managing director, added that work was underway to amend its reporting framework to “better differentiate” signatories.“This will allow us to enable and then challenge asset owners to use this data in selecting and appointing their managers, and in holding them to account,” she said.last_img read more

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Brisbane’s growth superstar suburb breaks into national top two list

first_imgLot 5069 Steamer Way, Spring Mountain, is walking distance from cafes and shops.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“Moving forward Spring Mountain is going to be the new Springfield Lakes. All the new display homes have been sold at Springfield Lakes and all the developers have moved to Spring Mountain and they have a wide range of Hamptons homes, luxury houses and the like. Spring Mountain is going to be the new inner-city hub of Springfield. It’s walking distance to shopping centre, USQ campus and all the activities. All the new homes in that part are a bit more expensive than the older parts of Springfield.” QUEENSLAND TOP 10 (3 Months): SPRING MOUNTAIN (Ipswich, Brisbane) $432,500 33.8% MILES (Western Downs, Darling Downs) $167,500 25.7% JOYNER (Moreton Bay, Brisbane) $670,000 22.4% WONGAWALLAN (Gold Coast) $990,000 20.0% KANDANGA (Gympie, Wide Bay-Burnett) $355,000 18.3% MIRANI (Mackay) $337,000 18.2% MOUNT MELLUM (Sunshine Coast) $675,000 17.2% BENARABY (Gladstone, Fitzroy) $511,500 17.0% BLACKBUTT NORTH (South Burnett, Wide Bay-Burnett) $227,500 16.7% PEACHESTER (Sunshine Coast) $575,000 16.2% (Source: CoreLogic August Market Trends) This Greater Brisbane suburb has seen one of the biggest surges in median house price in the country.A BRISBANE growth superstar suburb has cracked the national top two for fastest price growth in the country.Nationally, three suburbs saw their median house prices grow by more than a third in over the three month period to May, according to CoreLogic August Market Trends report, released this afternoon.Trundle in Parkes, New South Wales, was on top by the narrowest of margins (0.2 percentage points) at 34 per cent growth, with Sea Lake in Buloke, Victoria, and Spring Mountain in Ipswich, Queensland tied in second spot with 33.8 per cent growth.That’s a massive surge for all three, but while Trundle was 5.5 hours from the Sydney CBD and Sea Lake was almost 18 hours away, Spring Mountain was just over half an hour away from the Brisbane CBD. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOKcenter_img Spring Mountain is just 36 minutes drive from the Brisbane CBD. NATIONAL TOP 3 (3 Months): Trundle (Parkes, NSW) Median price $167,500 34% Sea Lake (Buloke, VIC) $95,000 33.8% Spring Mountain (Ipswich, QLD) $432,500 33.8% (Source: CoreLogic August Market Trends)Queensland’s star performer, Spring Mountain, which pulled a massive 33.8 per cent quarterly surge in median price, was the new hub for developers in the Springfield area. Freedom Property James Hurley, whose recent sales were focused on Spring Mountain, said it had a higher entry level than most new development zones.Among properties he’s sold in the past few weeks was Lot 5069 Steamer Way, Spring Mountain — a four bedroom, three bathroom, double garage property that fetched $519,900 on July 19.last_img read more

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