Snapdocs eClosing ROI Calculator

Calculate how much your company can save with the Snapdocs eClosing Platform.

Snapdocs eClosing ROI Calculator

Ready to get started? Tell us about yourself. 

Start by answering a few questions about your organization. The more detail you provide, the more complete and personalized your results will be.

Your Business Inputs

This free ROI calculation is available for mortgage originators including Banks, Independent Mortgage Banks (IMBs), and Credit Unions. 

Monthly savings with Snapdocs eClose solution

*This cost-savings calculation is an example from a real Snapdocs lender. Your estimated cost-savings will be dependent on the business inputs you have provided.

Stuck on a question or unsure of an exact figure? Reach out and an eClosing specialist can provide assistance with your ROI calculation.

Here's how the ROI calculation works: 

Step 1:
Provide Your Business Inputs

Answer a few short questions about your organization (~5 min). 

Step 2:
Snapdocs Calculates Your Cost-Savings

Cost-savings are calculated based on your unique business inputs.

Step 3: 
Receive your ROI Report 

Your customized eClosing ROI report is delivered via email. 

Preview Your eClosing ROI Results

The following is a sample report from a real Snapdocs customer.

eClosing ROI Sample Mortgage Company Report
Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group Logo — Snapdocs Customer

Jen Bailey | Closing Department Manager, Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group

“We are trying to adjust for dramatic margin compression and are focused on finding opportunities to improve our profits. Snapdocs has already helped us shave hundreds of dollars off each loan, while shortening the closing cycle and delivering a better customer experience.”


Quantifying the Value of eClose 

To learn more about how eClosing ROI is calculated, read the new Lender's Guide.

This resource outlines the average cost-savings lenders achieve with each digital closing type including hybrid, hybrid + eNote, and full eClose (RON). 

Lenders Guide to Quantifying the Value of eCLose