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Mr. Jeff Lebowitz

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Owner

Phone: (203) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Chester, Connecticut, United States
MORTECH LLC
2600 NW Champion Circle
Bend , Oregon 97701
United States

Company Description: MORTECH offers its services in two formats: multiclient, cost-sharing studies such as MORTECH; and, proprietary studies for individual clients. In addition to...   more
Background

Employment History

  • President
    MORTECH LLC
  • Founder and Principal
    MORTECH LLC
  • Principal
    Shevlin Resources
  • Managing Partner
    Shevlin Resources
  • President
    Fannie Mae
  • Planning and Development Officer
    Fannie Mae
  • Head of Strategic Planning
    Fannie Mae
  • Managing Director of Corporate Development and Information Technology
    Pedestal
  • Chief Technology Officer
    Pedestal
  • Chief Development Officer
    Pedestal
118 Total References
Web References
Information Technology Trends, Research, Reports, Surveys and Strategy - MORTECH, LLC
www.mortech-llc.com, 3 Oct 2014 [cached]
To discuss applicability of the Delphi Method to your planning goals, please call Jeff Lebowitz, 203-738-9429.
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Jeff Lebowitz is founder and president of MORTECH LLC, Bend, Oregon. He can be reached at jeff@mortech-llc.com.
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Jeff Lebowitz, president of MORTECH LLC, Bend, Ore., said wireless technology applications have increased dramatically within the real estate finance industry. He said smart phones will fully intersect with standard technology by the third quarter of this year.
However, Lebowitz cautioned that any strategy to "leapfrog" competition on mobile technology could backfire. He said an inflection or tipping point for mobile technology to become viable was four or five years ago and, if mortgage companies did not make investments in mobile technology, they now need to play catch-up.
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Jeff Lebowitz, President of MORTECH, LLC and author of MORTECH 2010 observes, "As the subprime market disintegrated in 2007, IT spending collapsed. Sub-prime lenders had accounted for the bulk of the investment growth early in the decade."
"Industry spending will not reach the peak spending years of 2005 - 2006, when the level of IT investment was an estimated $4.6 billion," Lebowitz said.
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To discuss your requirements, call Jeff Lebowitz at (203) 738-9429.
Mortgage Builder Software Helps Mortgage Brokers Become Mortgage Bankers
www.mortgagebuilder.com, 24 Mar 2004 [cached]
Incorporating a banker's technology solution that avoids incurring extra overhead charges makes perfect sense in a volatile business environment," said Jeff Lebowitz, founder and principal of MORTECH LLC, Chester, CT, an independent mortgage technology research firm.
Jeff Lebowitz, president of ...
www.originationnews.com, 18 Jan 2011 [cached]
Jeff Lebowitz, president of MORTECH LLC, Bend, Ore., said that although production volumes will decline in 2011, mortgage firms will use the time to play catch up "on workflow integration and electronic document management."
In a summary of the annual report, he notes that, "We will see investment, but not much innovation. Still, 2011 will be a good year for many mortgage technology application suppliers."
A former Fannie Mae executive, Lebowitz has been issuing his MORTECH study since 1988. It covers not only technology, but asks lenders about other emerging business trends as well.
Lebowitz noted in his findings that mortgage technology spending began to collapse with the subprime implosion which began in 2007. "Subprime lenders had accounted for the bulk of the investment growth early in the decade," he said.
Mortgage Builder Software, Inc. Press release
www.mortgagebuilder.com, 17 Mar 2001 [cached]
Jeff Lebowitz, president of SSP Associates of Chevy Chase, Md., said, "2001 is the year of the loan officer.According to MORTECH 2000, lenders are focusing their technology investments on making their sales teams more effective.The Internet and trading partners all are taking a back seat to increasing sales at the point-of-sale."
About Ross Mortgage Corporation
Ross Mortgage Corporation is a full-service mortgage banker with fourteen Detroit-area offices, serving the Michigan marketplace since 1949.
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About Jeff Lebowitz
Jeff Lebowitz, president of SSP Associates of Chevy Chase, Maryland, is a consultant in market planning and business development for the financial services industry.He has served as planning and development officer in Citicorp, Chase Manhattan Bank and Fannie Mae.He has been publishing the MORTECH survey since 1988.
About Mortgage Builder Software, Inc.
MBSI was formed by and is privately funded through Glenn Computer to work with mortgage bankers, brokers, financial institutions and credit unions to provide origination, processing and closing tools needed to improve operations and data management needs.The company's mission is to provide the best mortgage software to its customers fueled by its excellent reputation and exceptional customer service support team.Mortgage Builder is a Windows®-based software package that is designed to be a complete mortgage lending solution.The system allows for processing, closing and underwriting of all loan types for both wholesale and retail production.
Inman Real Estate News - Mortgage lending pessimism at 5-year high
www.inman.com, 23 Mar 2004 [cached]
"Our key measure of lenders' perceptions of their business is what they expect the next 12 months to bring," said Jeff Lebowitz, founder and principal of Mortech.
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"Spending patterns of large lenders indicate a real dog-fight for business for the rest of the year," said Lebowitz."Everyone is searching for new production rather than focusing on profitability.The largest lenders are expanding wholesale production capacity in face of declining production.Everyone else is building retail branches.Business volume will drop, but spending on technology to capture loan volume will expand by almost eight percent this year.
Mortech was founded in 1988 by Jeff Lebowitz, former head of strategic planning for Fannie Mae and president of Fannie Mae Software Systems.The company is recognized by the mortgage industry for its relevance of input and analysis.
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