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  • Notarize partners with Westcor to bring fully digital mortgage closings to 16 new states

    Digital closings now available in Florida, Ohio, Nevada, and other states
    When Notarize, a digital platform that allows for legal, online document notarization, launched its fully digital mortgage closing solution last year, the program was initially available in Washington, Illinois, Virginia, and Montana. But now, thanks to a partnership with Westcor Land Title Insurance Company, Notarize is bringing fully digital mortgage closings to 16 new states.
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  • CitiMortgage launches single digital origination platform

    Signs agreements with Digital Risk, Black Knight
    Citibank announced Monday agreements with two digital technology platforms to offer its new single digital platform for its clients. The new digital capabilities will allow CitiMortgage clients to complete the full loan cycle, from research to application, processing, scheduling appraisals, handing title, to closing through one digital platform.
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  • Avoid the Folsom Prison blues: Why eNote adoption is on the rise

    Hampered by uncertainty and misunderstanding
    [Exclusive Op-ed from MERS] Make bad decisions and you’ll be left behind - this theme is driving a quiet surge within the mortgage industry to move primary mortgage origination to a completely digital consumer experience. However, despite these clear benefits, eNote adoption has been hampered by uncertainty and misunderstanding.
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  • Everything you need to know about eMortgages

    Digital mortgage 101
    [Commentary] Digital mortgages are (once again) a hot topic for the mortgage industry. However, we mortgage professionals are rather fond of dropping terms like "e-closing," "e-mortgage," "e-sign" and even "e-vault" or "e-note" almost interchangeably. Some look at the solutions currently available as "cradle-to-grave" when they actually only touch on the loan application process. So what exactly is an e-mortgage?
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  • Mid America Mortgage to correspondent lenders: We'll buy your eNotes

    Recent survey showed dearth of willing investors in digital mortgages
    A recent survey conducted by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac showed that one of the obstacles preventing the mortgage industry from going fully digital is a lack of investors willing to buy digitally created mortgages. But now, there’s one more investor willing to buy a digital mortgage note.
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  • Industry throws wet blanket on the digital mortgage revolution

    GSE survey results show reality of mortgage business
    Over the last few years, publications just like this one spilled a significant amount of ink on the digital mortgage revolution — that is the effort to take the cumbersome, paper-intensive mortgage process online. Innovations like Quicken Loans’ Rocket Mortgage show the mortgage industry is undergoing a technological shift, but just how many hurdles still need to be cleared before the industry can go fully digital? Quite a few, as it turns out.
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