Your Borrowers Want Digital Closings – But Are Their Loans e-Eligible?

As a lender, you know the “degree of digitization” matters because generally, the more lenders are able to digitize closings, the fewer costs they incur. Additionally, the less time a loan takes to process, the better the experience for the borrower and the lesser likelihood of an error in security protocols. Mastering the “degree of digitization,” or e-Eligibility, is valuable because it allows lenders to offer borrowers a better closing experience and save money in the process. 

Join Camelia Martin, Snapdocs Head of Industry and Regulatory Affairs, Jonathan Kearns, MISMO Vice President of Technology, Teri Pansing, Fairway Vice President of Corporate Closing, and Terry Chung, Cross Country Mortgage Vice President of Business Solutions, for a conversation reviewing the five factors of determining the digitization of each loan: county land recording, counterparty requirements, title underwriter requirements, settlement readiness and eNotarization. You’ll learn how these 5 R’s of e-Eligibility can be applied to optimize and scale your digital mortgage closings strategy.

Company: Snapdocs
Date & Time: July 21st, 1 pm CT (if you can’t make this time, register and we’ll provide on demand!)

Camelia Martin
Head of Industry and Regulatory Affairs

Jonathan Kearns
VP Technology
Teri Pansing
VP Corporate Closing
Terry Chung
VP Business Solutions
Cross Country Mortgage

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