eNotes are having a moment. Last month, Ginnie Mae formally kicked off its Digital Collateral Program to begin the process of accepting electronic promissory notes—or eNotes—and other digital loan documents as collateral.
For the mortgage industry, a lot has changed in a short amount of time—especially when it comes to remote online notarization (RON), according to the speakers at DocMagic’s May 27 webinar, “Road-Tested eClosing Strategies for Today.”
Gains competitive advantage, speeds funding process, results in fewer exceptions
Anaheim, Calif., Oct. 29, 2018—Annual CUNA Lending Council Conference - DocMagic, Inc., the premier provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, regulatory compliance and comprehensive eMortgage services, announced that QRL Financial Services (QRL), a nationwide provider of residential mortgage lending services for community banks and credit unions, has leveraged its eVault technology to purchase eNotes. The announcement was made during the 24th Annual CUNA Lending Council Conference at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, Calif.
Technology to validate data, assure quality and compliance for all pre-funded home loans
TORRANCE, Calif., Sept. 18, 2018—DocMagic, Inc., the premier provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, regulatory compliance and comprehensive eMortgage services, announced today that Freddie Mac has implemented its SaaS-based eVault technology and SmartREGISTRY™ platform.
DocMagic’s eVault provides a secure electronic repository for storing documents and performing automated eNote certification to Freddie Mac eMortgage lenders via Loan Selling Advisor®. By automating the eNote certification process, Freddie Mac will speed the funding process, thereby improving liquidity in the mortgage markets and reducing lender’s warehouse line costs.
A leading national subservicer opens up market opportunities by servicing eNotes stored electronically via DocMagic's eVault Technology.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – October 20, 2017 – LoanCare, a ServiceLink company, announced today that it has begun utilizing DocMagic, a provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, regulatory compliance and comprehensive eMortgage services, in order to add eVaulting capabilities to its process. This allows LoanCare to begin servicing loans registered with MERS® as eNotes.
By Tim Anderson
The days of no pressure are over. Any lender that hasn’t already waded into the ePool had better be ready to jump. With immense regulatory pressure looming, the old method of just doing something is no longer sufficient. It's time for a new tack.
The recent news about the IRS decision is an ex- ample of this. With all the buzz around this news, we’re already hearing from lenders who are interested in a point solution that will allow them to take advantage of this decision for doing business with the IRS. This makes sense because this is front and center in the news, but since these lenders are not considering how this decision impacts the rest of their business, it’s short sighted.
By Tim Anderson
For years a core group of us has been telling the industry that it’s time to get the paper out of our systems. We’ve performed studies that show paper is more expensive, that it takes more time to process, is usually missing pages or signatures, or gets lost. It took the foreclosure crisis to really bring home to the industry the negative implications of lost or incomplete documents. After billions of dollars in settlements to federal regulators and attorneys, it looks like our industry is finally ready to say goodbye to paper forever, or at least a majority of it.
Fully TRID-compliant solution delivers superior service and a competitive advantage
TORRANCE, Calif., Sept. 29, 2016—DocMagic, Inc., the premier provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, compliance, eSign and eDelivery solutions, announced that Corporate Settlement Solutions (CSS), a title and settlement services company, has successfully implemented DocMagic’s Total eClose™ solution.As a result, CSS can offer a completely new customer experience, gain a competitive advantage, and remain 100 percent TRID compliant at all times.
New CFPB compliance requirements mandate that it's time for 'e.'
By Tim Anderson
Back in 2002, when Fannie Mae said it would begin buying this thing called a MISMO category one SMART-Doc e-note, some in the industry thought, “If Fannie Mae is mandating it, the world will quickly embrace it.”
Boy, were those people wrong.