Items Tagged with 'pdf'


  • The slow death of the appraisal .pdf

    The government-sponsored enterprises' Uniform Mortgage Data Program is coming into force by Sept. 1. After that time, the GSEs will require seller-servicers to submit full appraisal reports in electronic data format prior to loan delivery to the secondary markets. It creates a single means for submitting the 17 pages or so that make up a typical appraisal. In this case, the GSEs would prefer appraisals submitted in the Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization XML format.
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  • A crime of omission: The case of the DocX pricing sheet

    If you watched last week’s political theater on Capitol Hill — a series of congressional hearings into the document errors that have plagued lenders and servicers — you might have seen Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) waving a pricing sheet from a company called DocX in the face of a panel of mortgage servicing executives, wanting answers.
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  • Help for Lenders Navigating New HUD Environment

    Mortgage Spirit, a provider of loan search and pricing revenue management technology, released version 3.0 of its loan search and pricing engine, which the company says enables mortgage originators to stay in full compliance with the pending requirements and legislation dictated by the HUD-reformed Good Faith Estimate (GFE) requirements for 2010.
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  • eMortgage Provider Touts PDF Capabilities

    Document Processing Systems, Inc., a Novi, Mich.-based provider of mortgage technology solutions, sadi Wednesday that users of its DPS eMortgage Studio will now have the ability to fully sign, close, and register eNotes using the just-released MISMO eSigned PDF Guidelines v1.0 and the draft MERS eRegistry PDF Guidelines. Using the DPS eMortgage Studio, lenders and title companies will have a choice between using the industry-specific SMART Docs format or Adobe's universal PDF file format for electronic loan documentation. The PDF format is widely considered the de facto standard by which to preserve the exact look of a document in a device-independent manner.
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