The MBSQuoteline Commitment

Our team is deeply committed to our users, and it shows


Our Analysts

The staff of MBSQuoteline combines years of experience in both the mortgage industry and the finance industry. The result is sophisticated economic analysis and news focused on the needs of the mortgage professional and delivered in concise, easy to understand language.

Scott Sanderson


Fresh out of The University of Texas (BBA 1983), my mortgage career began over 30 years ago as an Originator, and the road has taken me to my present capacity as President of MBSQuoteline. Early on, I learned first-hand that having live MBS pricing would make me a better originator. Fueled by the lack of good (and affordable) MBS market information available, in 1992 I founded Quoteline (remember the old 900 number?!), the first MBS market service tailored specifically to the origination community, and the predecessor to the modern day MBSQuoteline. We have an awesome team, we love what we do, and 2017 marks our 25th anniversary of helping Originators and Secondary Departments make better, more profitable decisions and learn what makes the markets tick. Thank you, and if you’re ever in Austin, Texas come say hello!

Dan Alpert

Director of Economic Analysis

Dan graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in Economics. He became a discretionary foreign exchange trader for two years with the largest bank in Boston where he looked for trends in exchange rates and interest rates through technical analysis and economic research. He then spent three years as an equity analyst, researching investments for a $200 million hedge fund. Now, Dan is the leader of the economic analysis team, devoted to providing clients with the latest market information in a concise and easy to understand style.

Joe Farr

Director of Sales and Marketing

Joe, a 30-year veteran of the mortgage industry, joined MBSQuoteline in September 2005. Having served as President and CEO of a top-50 mortgage company, Joe brings to MBSQuoteline an in-depth understanding of mortgage originations and secondary marketing. He is a regular on the Lykken on Lending weekly podcast where he discusses the factors influencing mortgage rates. Throughout his career Joe has held leadership positions within the industry, including serving on the Board of Directors of MERS, and has been active in both the state and national trade associations. He served as President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association from May 2004 to May 2005. Joe graduated from Southwestern University with a degree in accounting.

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