Digital is the future of the mortgage industry, but adoption rates for digital closings remain low. While many lenders see digital closings as a positive for their business due to the increased efficiency and higher customer satisfaction benefits, they still view digital closings as a nice-to-have and not a must-have. This white paper explains why now is the time for lenders to adopt digital closings, specifically focusing on hybrid closings as a scalable way for lenders to not only take a step towards fully digital eClosings, but to also get ROI from day one.

Publisher: Snapdocs
Date: October 2019

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