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  • LendingQB adds FormFree AccountChek Asset Verification to loan origination software

    Lenders can access reports from LOS dashboard
    This week, fintech company FormFree announced its automated asset verification service, AccountChek, is now available within LendingQB's web-based loan origination software. The integration enables lenders to order AccountChek Asset reports from LendingQB’s verifications dashboard, the company said.
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  • Nationwide adoption of online notarization just took a big step forward

    Nation’s secretaries of state adopt regulatory standards
    One of the main things standing in the way of a fully digital mortgage in many states is the requirement for a notary to witness the signing of the mortgage closing documents. Currently, only four states allow online notarization, but it appears that the push to take online notarization nationwide is about to take a huge step forward.
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  • UWM launches virtual eClosings for purchases in 16 states

    Expects it will be how all closings are done in near future
    United Wholesale Mortgage announced it is expanding its virtual eClosings to borrowers in 16 states, and making the option available to purchase borrowers. The company explained its virtual eClosing is available in 16 states now and it expects this will be the way all closings are done in the near future.
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  • ATTOM Data Solutions acquires Onboard Informatics

    Onboard’s neighborhood data will be integrated into the ATTOM Data Warehouse
    Data provider ATTOM Data Solutions has acquired Onboard Informatics, a neighborhood data and data-enabled turnkey product provider. Onboard’s neighborhood-focused data will be integrated into ATTOM’s Data Warehouse and the new, combined data will be available through ATTOM’s delivery solutions, including its bulk file licenses, APIs and customized reports.
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  • Mobile digital mortgage platform StreamLoan raises $2 million in seed capital

    Company founded in 2015
    StreamLoan, a tech company that provides a mobile-focused digital mortgage platform, announced this week that it raised $2 million in seed capital to fund its growth. According to the company, its seed round investors included Acorn Pacific Ventures, Whitespace Capital, Steve Weston, the former CEO of Barclays Mortgage Bank, and Rajiv Krishnarao, the director of finance at Uber.
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  • Built Technologies integrates with Black Knight to revolutionize construction lending

    Digital documents increase modernization and transparency
    Built Technologies continues to seek to revolutionize the construction industry with its new integration with Black Knight’s LoanSphere platform for digital construction loans. Built explained that with its integration with Black Knight, any construction loan can be digitally managed throughout the loan life cycle – from origination through servicing.
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  • Ginger Wilcox joins Capsilon as SVP of marketing

    Former Sindeo exec tapped to lead marketing, brand positioning and growth
    End-to-end digital mortgage solution provider Capsilon announced that Ginger Wilcox, formerly of startup Sindeo, is joining the company as the senior vice president of marketing, where she will lead marketing, brand positioning and growth for the company.
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  • Real estate and fintech solution CertifID raises $1.7M in seed round financing

    Initial round led by Wakestream Ventures
    Authentication software provider CertifID announced it has raised $1.7 million in its seed round of financing, led by Wakestream Ventures. The company was founded in 2017 by the owners and founders of Sun Title, and entrepreneur Tyler Adams, after Sun Title fell victim to a social engineering fraud scheme that cost the company almost $200,000.
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  • Fannie Mae approves Day 1 Certainty for Blend’s end-to-end digital mortgage platform

    Blend becomes first end-to-end platform to be approved for asset verification
    Fannie Mae approved its first end-to-end digital mortgage platform for its Day 1 Certainty on Tuesday. Blend, a Silicon Valley technology company propelling the consumer lending industry into the digital age, announced it became the first end-to-end platform to be approved to provide asset verification reports for Fannie’s Desktop Underwriter.
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