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Join this webinar to learn what servicers need to know about recent and upcoming servicing compliance regulations and strategies experts are implementing to prepare for servicing regulatory audits.

How demographics shaped the housing market in 2021

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@properties CEOs talk company growth and franchising

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Keep Up With the Latest Third Party Origination News

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Demo Day

Mortgage Tech Demo Day: Capacity

Capacity

Capacity is a mortgage automation platform, powered by AI, that empowers mortgage professionals with instant knowledge and automated workflows. Thanks to 24/7 service, clients receive a superior experience throughout the entire loan process. Capacity connects apps, mines documents, captures tacit knowledge, and automates processes through a mobile-friendly chat interface.

Product Fast Facts

#1

Capacity features an inbound ticketing console to prioritize loan applicant inquiries and guided conversations to automate borrower support through a conversational AI-powered chatbot.

#2

Capacity automates tasks for repetitive processes, such as LO onboarding, lead routing, loan process statusing, and more.

#3

Capacity connects to critical apps such as EllieMae Encompass & Allregs, Salesforce, Office 365 or G-Suite. Loan officers and borrowers can get instant answers.

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