An Introduction to the Emerging Real Estate Blockchain for Credit Unions - Why Certified Listings are the Future
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What does blockchain technology mean for the future of real estate transactions and the mortgage process for credit unions? The real estate industry’s move toward blockchain-certified listings is increasing the certainty of closings, improving access to equitable mortgage transactions, and increasing the diversity and quality of buyers’ access to the home of their dreams.
But what exactly are certified listings? How can you prepare your credit union to work with them and continue providing excellent member service? How does it improve the mortgage process toward greater certainty, and lower risk?
Join this webcast to explore answers to those questions, and more, including the basics of how to harness and participate in the purchase transaction market over the next few years. You will learn how:
- The real estate consortia is changing and remanufacturing the listing process to bring certainty and speed of execution for buyers and sellers.
- To adjust your process to fund blockchain-enabled mortgage transactions and provide excellent member experiences.
- Appraisal, title and home inspection assets embedded in the listings upfront speed up the closing of mortgage transactions.
Mark Walser | President | Incenter Appraisal Management
Mark Walser joined IAM in 2020 and is a 12-year industry veteran. He has deep expertise across all areas of appraisal management including technology and operations, appraiser network development, marketing and branding, client service and business development. Mark combines a customer-centric approach to Appraisal Management with building an environment of respect and reciprocation for appraisers and is focused on making IAM a preferred AMC among lenders by instituting groundbreaking technology, 24-hour appraiser pay, and an unparalleled service organization.
Teresa Grobecker | CEO | Consortia, an NAR Portfolio Company
Teresa leads several companies in the real estate industry. She founded the first online real estate brokerage in San Francisco. Teresa put American real estate, (the world’s largest asset class) on her private, patent-pending blockchain. The purpose of the ledger is to satisfy Dodd-Frank. Consortia is part of the National Association of Realtors portfolio of companies through SCV REACH. Teresa manages and advises several prop-tech companies. She also consults the largest owners of SFRs, title and escrow, underwriting and real estate companies on Web 3.0, aka, blockchain.
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