All Eyes on RON: Accelerating industry-wide adoption and how key players can get started now

Remote online notarization (RON) has historically suffered from a slow adoption rate. However, social distancing requirements have called attention to the need for remote solutions and ignited discussions for temporary and permanent solutions.

Now the question facing the industry is how to quickly overcome the obstacles that have slowed RON’s momentum in the past. What coordination is required? How do lenders, underwriters, and title and escrow businesses actually get started with RON? This white paper will cover this coordination and the actions required of each participant in the process.

Publisher: Qualia

Date: May 2020

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