09.26.19

The State of Remote Online Notarization Today

Remote Online Notarization, or RON, is one of the most exciting developments in the eClosing world in recent years. There are a few common misconceptions surrounding RON, and depending on who you talk to, it might be the greatest thing since sliced bread, or a flash in the pan that will never really catch on. Here we will explain the latest developments, the pros and cons, and the current reality of RON eClosings.

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09.12.19

Spotlight: The Mortgage Collaborative—Providing Partner Visibility and Business Opportunities

We sat down with Tom Gallucci, the Vice President of Business Development for The Mortgage Collaborative, to spotlight their mission and the services they offer in this collaborative group. Docutech is the collaborative’s exclusive doc services provider offering members preferred pricing to the ConformX dynamic doc gen engine as well as the Solex eSignature and eClosing platform.

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07.11.19

Why Lenders Are Now Making the Investment in eClosing Solutions

In today’s lending market, eClosing is the fundamental component to providing a true digital mortgage. Now, with the availability of integrated eClosing solutions, combined with the growing investor acceptance of eNotes, Lenders are making the investment in eClosing platforms to deliver a truly optimized and convenient mortgage experience.

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04.25.19

Answers to 3 Common Questions About eClosing

As the industry continues to push more aggressively toward a digital mortgage, electronic closing becomes more critical. After all, this is where the borrower gets the most benefit out of the paperless process and when done correctly it improves borrower satisfaction, which can increase repeat and referral business.

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03.29.19

Spotlight: Ellie Mae Experience 2019 and Beyond

For this month’s Docutech Spotlight blog series, we sat down with Parvesh Sahi, SVP Business Development and Corporate Strategy for Ellie Mae, to discuss the recent Ellie Mae Experience conference and what lenders can expect to see as the mortgage industry moves into 2020.

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