The relationship between people, technology and the mortgage process

The mortgage industry has experienced the value of technology, as it brought speed and accuracy across loan manufacturing, servicing, and secondary market loan commerce.

Through automation, loan officers have more time to focus on the borrower relationship, processors and underwriters can handle more loans, and counterparties in mortgage loan commerce can complete transactions with safety and soundness. 

This white paper will discuss the relationship between people, technology, and the mortgage process, with chapters addressing technical considerations and channel differences.

Publisher: LoanLogics
Date: November 2021

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