Going Paperless: The How—and Why—of Offering Digital Mortgages

September 14, 2017 | 2:30 pm ET

There is a lot of buzz these days about the push to go digital in the mortgage market.  And much of the dissatisfaction borrowers voice about the mortgage process—the length of time it takes, repeated requests for information they believe they’ve already supplied, a lack of information on loan status—could be erased or at least eased by transforming the paper-based processes to electronic ones. Importantly, business needs and regulatory requirements are also aligning in favor of moving to increasingly digital processes.

While the best reasons to adopt electronic applications, portals and processes are to improve customer onboarding and expectations and gain an edge over your competitors, the switchover promises to also create efficiencies and cost savings, improve regulatory compliance and data quality and provide additional market intelligence. Going digital can also improve pull-through and, thanks to increased closing speeds, cycle your warehouse funding more quickly, allowing more originations from the same credit amount. The transition can even be approached in steps, but it can’t be done well if done piecemeal.

Join Inside Mortgage Finance on Sept. 14 for “Going Paperless: The How—and Why—of Offering Digital Mortgages.” During this roundtable discussion, which you can attend from your desk or conference room, our panel of experts will discuss the benefits of and obstacles to offering digital mortgages and how best to approach the transition.

During this 90-minute event, you’ll hear from:

  • Tim Anderson, Director, eServices, DocMagic
  • Nikolaos Athanasiou, Chief Operating Officer, Guaranteed Rate
  • Shane Hartzler, Director, eMortgage Strategy and Operations, Fannie Mae
  • Travis Kniffen, Product Marketing Manager, Roostify
  • Margo Tank, Partner, BuckleySandler

Among the topics that may be discussed:

  • Do you need to go digital to remain competitive in the mortgage market?
  • What is the role for humans in a digital mortgage?
  • What are the biggest roadblocks to offering a digital mortgage?
  • What are the compliance risks?
  • What types of lenders can transition to digital mortgages most easily?
  • What is involved in switching all or part of the lending process to digital?
  • How can you best implement a digital mortgage in steps?
  • What are the secondary market considerations?
  • For which product types or borrower types are digital mortgages possible?
  • What information safety risks do digital processes present?
  • Are there special servicing considerations?
  • How do you integrate with third parties, such as title companies, appraisers and closing agents?

Please note:

Your webinar registration covers you and your entire team in one room. Additional locations must be registered separately. Call for discounted pricing for additional locations.

The webinar manual, included with all registration options, provides a program outline, speaker bios and presentations, and pertinent articles on the subject from Inside Mortgage Finance and our other newsletters.

The recording, which contains both an integrated audio/video copy of the conference as well as an audio-only version, is available approximately 24 hours after the conference and can be downloaded from your InsideMortgageFinance.com account after that time. You will receive an email notifying you when the recording is available for download.


 

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