TORRANCE, Calif., May 16, 2017- DocMagic, Inc., the mortgage industry’s leading provider of document production, automated compliance and comprehensive eMortgage services, announced that it completed North Carolina’s first 100 percent paperless eClosing. The DocMagic-driven eClosing was completed on Friday, May 5th at North State Bank and was carried out in the presence of borrowers Jason and Karen Boccardi, the North Carolina Secretary of State, a closing paralegal, an eNotary, and members of the media who documented the historical event.
DocMagic, BeSmartee and LendingQB Host Webinar on Digital Lending To Improve Loan Process
Costa Mesa, CA, April 24, 2017 – DocMagic, the mortgage industry’s leading provider of document preparation, automated compliance and comprehensive eMortgage services, BeSmartee, a leading online mortgage automation company and LendingQB, a provider of lean lending loan origination technology solutions, will hold a webinar discussing the opportunities and challenges of the “Digital Lending” paradigm on April 26, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. PST.
Webinar attendees can expect to hear how the mortgage lending process is being transformed into a pure digital format, and how that impacts borrowers, lenders and institutional investors. Webinar topics will include a discussion of current-day digital lending efforts on the point-of-sale, loan origination, closing and delivery phases of mortgage lending. The three hosts will demonstrate how their systems interact with each other and highlight the critical aspects of data integrity, workflow, exchange and compliance that provides the necessary framework for a pure digital lending process.
North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall wants the state to be a leader in eCommerce. It adopted the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act, the Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act and the Electronic Notarizations Act. All of this was to prepare for the day when the state could institute eClosings.
“We have been working diligently over the past 15 years to build the infrastructure to build electronic commerce,” Director of Electronic Notarization and Notary Enforcement Ozie Stallworth said. “We thought it was a prime time for North Carolina to step forward and lead in this space because we have the legal infrastructure in place to support a full end-to-end eClosing. We looked to our state’s lending institutions to see whether or not they understood and believed that the industry was headed down the road towards eClosings.”