Snapdocs Founder and CEO Aaron King announces Snapdocs eVault, a solution for the secure creation, storage and transfer of eNotes and other digital mortgage documents. Aaron discusses this topic, as well as what digital mortgages could look like in three-to-five years, in this interview with HousingWire’s HW+ Managing Editor Brena Nath.
“At Snapdocs, we are working backwards from a future where mortgage closings are perfect,” King said. “So we see technology as a means to an end. But really, we’re obsessed about the business cases of, ‘How do you ensure that a borrower has a perfect experience?’”
- Aaron King | Founder and CEO, Snapdocs
What you'll learn
How a fully connected eVault solution could address the obstacles with adopting eNotes at scale.
The potential savings a lender could achieve from adopting eNotes as part of their closing process.
How the move to true, fully digital mortgages will improve the borrower experience and the speed and transparency between all of the participants in the mortgage ecosystem.
Aaron King | Founder and CEO at Snapdocs