For many lenders, adopting digital closings seems like a daunting task that can be put off until another day. You have to figure out which investors accept eSigning, eNotes, and eNotarization. Then, train your staff and coordinate with thousands of settlement agents on a new process. Does it have to be this hard though? No, it doesn’t. In fact, implementing digital closings can be non-disruptive and take just a few weeks.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from two lenders who have recently implemented digital closings across their entire organization and with all of their settlement partners. First Option Mortgage and Allied Mortgage Group will share what it’s really like to go from paper to digital closings, how easy or difficult the process was, and their learnings.
Your perception of implementing digital closings might just be shattered.
What you’ll learn
- How digital closing implementation can be quicker and easier than you think
- What lenders can expect when implementing digital closings
- How lenders can prepare for a smooth rollout internally and with their settlement partners
- Why the right digital closing partner is critical for a successful implementation
Kevin Strika | VP of Operations at First Option Mortgage
Todd Burton | Director of Process Development
at Allied Mortgage Group
Peter Martinez-Fonts | Head of Customer Success
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