Items Tagged with 'eMortgage technology'

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  • Black Knight unveils end-to-end digital mortgage solution

    LoanSphere Expedite Close supports lenders, settlement agents, Realtors, investors
    Black Knight, which already facilitates much of the real estate transaction with its loan origination and servicing systems, is set to unveil an end-to-end digital mortgage solution that the company claims is well beyond all other eClosing or eMortgage platforms.
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  • Docutech and Simplifile partner to digitize mortgage process

    Combination allows for eClosing, eSign, eNotarize, and eRecord
    Docutech, a provider of document and compliance technology for mortgage, home equity and consumer lending, and Simplifile, a network for connecting lenders, settlement agents and county recording offices, announced an agreement that move the digital mortgage revolution another step forward.
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  • The case for the fully digital mortgage

    Take it one step at a time
    [Expert commentary] I call today upon our industry to work even harder to make the fully digital mortgage a reality. While there are risks to changing the way we originate, record and transfer mortgage loans, the benefits far outweigh those risks. It’s in the consumer’s best interest, and in our best interests as well.
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  • International Document Services goes eMortgage with Encomia acquisition

    Vendor provides eClosing, eVault, eSignature and eValidation services
    International Document Services, a provider of mortgage documents and compliance services, is expanding its electronic mortgage options and going full eMortgage with the acquisition of Encomia, a provider of eMortgage solutions to depository and non-depository lending institutions.
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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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