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  • MRG's Electronic Disclosure Software Anticipates Truth-in-Lending Expansion

    Dallas-based software developer MRG Document Technologies announced it upgraded its Web-based eConsent electronic disclosure delivery system to comply with the upcoming expansion of the federally mandated truth-in-lending disclosures. The new regulations, which take effect July 30, require additional disclosures for refinanced mortgages and loans on dwellings other than a borrower’s primary residence. According to MRG, its upgraded eConsent system can speed the delivery of these mandatory disclosures to three days.
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  • MRG Releases Loan Modification Packages

    MRG Document Technologies, a technology vendor to mortgage originators, released document packages for lenders that comply with the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) launched March 4. HAMP is part of the Homeowner Affordability and Stability Plan (HASP), designed to aid at-risk US homeowners in modifying or refinancing mortgages originated on or before Jan. 1, 2009.
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  • MRG Partners with Kroll: Tech Roundup

    Dallas-based MRG Document Technologies announced Monday it had formed an alliance with business information solutions provider Kroll Factual Data. MRG, a mortgage technology service provider to banks, credit unions and other lenders, said the alliance will help its lenders identify fraudulent activity and implement the required identity theft prevention programs through MRG's MIRACLE Online service. The company said its lenders need not set up any additional service other than MIRACLE Online to start taking advantage of the benefits of the Kroll alliance.
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  • Tech Roundup: StreetLinks' Updates Reflect HVCC Compliance

    StreetLinks National Appraisal Services announced last week it will now provide a new non-influence and home valuation code of conduct (HVCC) certificate with every appraisal it completes. "From day one our objective has been to provide superior service and an honest, accurate valuation," chief operating officer Tony Ebeyer said in a press statement. "Brokers, underwriters, lenders and investors can all be assured that a StreetLinks appraisal is written independent of coercion and influence.
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  • MRG Partners with ComplianceEase

    MRG Document Technologies, a provider of compliance and documentation services, announced Friday its integration with San Francisco-based ComplianceEase, a provider of risk management solutions for the residential mortgage industry, to provide automated compliance auditing for closing documents prepared by MRG.
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  • Tech Roundup: Mortech Named Innovator of the Year by LendingTree

    Mortech marks LendingTree milestone: Officials at Lincoln, Neb.-based Mortech, a mortgage technology provider, were thrilled and surprised to find out that LendingTree named the company its "Innovator of the Year" at a recent partner summit in Charlotte earlier this month. Company officials told HW they had no idea the company was receiving the award, named after LendingTree's late chief technology officer Rick Steigler, who created the patented matchmaking software for consumers and lenders before his death in 2004.
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  • Tech Roundup: New tools for fraud, debt reduction planning

    Byte updates LOS: Kirkland, Wash.-based Byte Software has updated its BytePro loan origination software to version 3.0, and the update includes support for FHA risk-based premiums among other enhancements. The update also features a newly-customizable dashboard, the company said, including pipeline data and other loan information.
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  • Origination Technology: Alive, Well, or None of the Above?

    With the collapse of much of the loan origination market, you'd think that the highly-saturated technology space in mortgage originations would start to thin out a bit. Or more than just a bit. And, to be sure, it has to some extent -- but if the press deluge this Monday morning was any indication, there is plenty of kick left on this side of the industry.
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