Does Sarma Sell Consumer Information as Leads?
It appears that Sarma sells consumer information as leads. Is that true? The answer is No. The explanation as to why you may think so will take a moment to explain.
Can Scores Be Different Based on Your Credit Vendor?
There is a very common misconception floating in the industry that one credit provider has higher or lower scores than someone else. That is just not true! There are 2 reasons why scores are different from one lender to another
Sarma Saves Automated Underwriting for Client
When Fannie Mae first announced that they were no longer going to allow automated underwriting for files that have an account that is listed as "consumer disputes this record," the industry went into panic. After all, no one wants to move to manual underwriting to get these files processed and loans closed. We all want them closed as soon as possible!
Learning Potential Causes of Reissue FailuresMany times a failure to reissue a report to Fannie Mae is an overlooked item. Many Sarma mortgage loans are closed faster when you verify that the LOS application information matches the credit application exactly. If even the smallest item does not match on the address, name or other field, it can be rejected.
Sarma Shoots a SmartMove Commercial
Sarma produced a commercial to promote our SmartMove product. This tool allows landlords to access key information on their potential tenants, just like property managers can. Be sure to check out the great value this product can bring to your rental business.
Meeting Corporate Objectives Through Credit & Collections AutomationCFOs are counting on credit and collections managers to help them to improve performance against working capital goals, achieve sales targets, and improve the strength of internal controls. Many managers find that while the pressures they face are escalating, their resources remain limited. As a result, they find it increasingly difficult to meet these corporate goals and keep pace with sales growth. Proactive managers learn from the examples of world-class companies that use technology to make credit and collections processes as smooth and error-free as possible. Automation enables line professionals to achieve stronger results with fewer resources €“ and still have time left over that can be devoted to deeper analysis and the strengthening of customer relationships. To illustrate the impact of eCredit s automation technology on the efficiency of the credit and collections processes, we have developed a sample case study. The Return on Investment (ROI) analysis only quantifies the subset of benefits that can be most easily monitored and benchmarked, but even with this limited analysis it is apparent that in most circumstances the investment will quickly pay for itself. Companies interested in generating a customized ROI should contact eCredit directly.
Credit Event Monitoring: More powerful, flexible and easier to use
When the economy falters, credit managers face trying times- and there's no doubt that this is one of them. After years of cheap and readily available funding, businesses are finding credit harder to come by. For example, u.s. structured financing- the financing behind financing-went from more than $300 billion per month in June 2007 to less than $50 billion per month in November 2007. Rising prices have put upward pressure on the cost of doing business. Consumers are tightening their belts in the face of a rising cost of living, a decline in home values and fears of a sharp economic slide being stoked by the press For the moment, one downturn seems to lead to another, and businesses-large and small, across virtually all sectors of the economy- are feeling the squeeze. While the overall business bankruptcy rate is climbing, small businesses - particularly those whose owners used home equity or personal money to fund their enter prises- are battling for survival and at risk of delinquency or default.