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  • Deciphering eJargon: Moving past the buzzwords

    Strategically understanding the world of “e”
    [Expert commentary] When it comes to understanding the jargon and buzz that surround the world of digital transformation, the world of “e” can certainly seem like learning a new language. Here is a primer for moving past the confusing buzzwords and terminology associated with the digital transformation – and how to take action.
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  • Mid America buys eNote from North Carolina's first eClosing

    eClosing to be regular option for lenders
    North Carolina performed its first-ever eClosing back in May, marking the first transaction that was a full eClosing. Plus, according to state officials, it won’t be the last. Taking it one step further, Mid America Mortgage announced it purchased the eNote, ensuring the mortgage has an investor.
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  • Black Knight Financial Services acquires eLynx

    Enables company to 'electronically support the full mortgage origination process'
    In a move that the company says will enable it to "electronically support the full mortgage origination process," Black Knight Financial Services acquired eLynx, a portfolio company of American Capital Ltd. Here's what both companies say about their now-combined future.
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  • TRID pushes industry into digital mortgages

    eMortgages are the obvious choice
    The migration to a fully digital mortgage workflow has long been the goal of forward thinking mortgage lenders. This process would absolutely return a better experience to the consumer, which is likely the main reason the government is making digital the obvious choice through TRID.
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  • Results are in for CFPB eClosing pilot program

    Efficient process also makes consumers feel more empowered
    Over a year later, the results are in for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's eClosing pilot program, and it turns out, borrowers can benefit from electronic closings when navigating the mortgage closing process.
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  • Zillow acquires DotLoop

    Brings online document company into Zillow Group family
    Zillow Group announced an agreement to acquire DotLoop, a Cincinnati-based company that boasts it can simplify real estate transactions by enabling brokerages, real estate agents, and their clients to share, edit, sign and store documents digitally. Click here to read more about Zillow's latest big move.
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  • Accenture: The key to retaining your mortgage customers

    Even without the most favorable rates
    More customers are moving online for additional financial services, potentially moving away from their current banks. But all hope is not lost for banks, according to a new survey. With this key measure, more customers are inclined to stay with their bank for their mortgage.
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