Items Tagged with 'Vladimir Bien-Aime'

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  • From HW Magazine

    eTrac from Global DMS delivers a comprehensive custom-configured workflow

    Proprietary QC functionality ensures appraisal accuracy in the early stages of the process
    In today’s mortgage industry, more and more lenders and AMCs are leveraging a comprehensive, custom-configured workflow that will automate the valuation management process through final delivery. As the regulatory environment intensifies and the cost to originate loans increases, so does the demand for a sophisticated appraisal solution.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2015 Trailblazers: Global DMS

    Centralizing all aspects of the appraisal process
    Global DMS has developed an appraisal work-flow engine — eTrac Enterprise — that gives users a single-source valuation management platform to centralize all aspects of the appraisal process. This work-flow engine eliminates the need for manual intervention within specified processes because all of the steps and notifications are automated.
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  • From HW Magazine

    Mortgage technology product showcase: eTrac Enterprise

    Global DMS appraisal workflow engine built into Enterprise platform
    eTrac Enterprise is a 100% web-based, single-source valuation management platform that centralizes and compliantly automates all aspects of the appraisal process: vendor management, orders, assignments, tracking, accounting, delivery, reviews and sells.
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  • Resource Mitigates HVCC Confusion

    The Home Valuation Code of Conduct took effect May 1, drastically changing the appraisal process, essentially requiring that appraisers are selected and assigned to all appraisals on a blind basis via third-party platforms. Two weeks later, the code's regulations still brew confusion within the lending sector, prompting one mortgage technology company to provide a means of clarification.
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  • Are Lenders Ready for the HVCC?

    With stark changes to much of the appraisal process set to go into effect in less than one week, one firm says lenders remain ill-prepared to comply new requirements about to go into effect. Lansdale, Penn.-based Global DMS says that many lenders are ill-informed when it comes to implementing changes required by the Home Valuation Code of Conduct that goes into effect for the first time this Friday.
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