Lenders One® Adds Snapdocs as a Preferred eClosing Provider – Yahoo Finance

Snapdocs offers its digital mortgage closing platform to national alliance network of more than 250 banks, credit unions and independent mortgage bankers
SAN FRANCISCO, May 24, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Snapdocs, Inc. today announced that Lenders One, a national alliance of more than 250 banks, credit unions and independent mortgage bankers, has added its digital closing platform as a preferred eClosing provider. Beginning today, Snapdocs will provide access to its digital closing platform for Lenders One members.
"There are several options when it comes to digital eClosing solutions, and Snapdocs can help lenders get to scale with best-in-class technology, one of the largest networks of settlement partners, a hands-on approach across the entire digital closing journey, combined with the consultative approach from Lenders One, we are excited about this eClose solution for our members," said Justin Demola, CMB, President of Lenders One. "We added Snapdocs as a preferred provider of Lenders One because of the team’s dedication to customers, ability to help clients scale, and proven track record of eClosing success."
Snapdocs enables mortgage lenders to connect with all parties and technologies involved in a transaction to complete the entire closing process online. The solution is comprehensive – a networked platform that allows the many participants in a mortgage closing to work together more efficiently. Snapdocs’ technology uniquely manages the entire cross-party workflow, from conducting the closing to scheduling mobile notaries necessary to provide a seamless closing experience. In addition, the platform connects and integrates with all major real estate technology providers, working natively with leading Loan Origination (LOS), Point of Sale (POS), Title Production, eVault, and Remote Online Notary (RON) solutions, enabling them all to interact at scale seamlessly.
As a Lenders One e-Closing solution provider, Snapdocs will offer members best-in-class tools and services to simplify the mortgage closing process, including:
Technology: Lenders access a best-in-class digital closing platform that automates & standardizes all the time-intensive and error-prone tasks in a closing. Plus, lenders can scale closings regardless of their tech stack today or in the future. Snapdocs’ digital closing platform is purposefully tech-agnostic, with open APIs and out-of-the-box integrations that give lenders the flexibility to work within their LOS, POS, DocPrep, eVault, or RON provider.
Network: Lenders access the largest settlement network already processing digital closings today on Snapdocs – and doing so successfully – helping ensure digital closing adoption at scale.
Team: Lenders receive hand-in-hand partnership through the entire digital closing journey, with experts who have implemented more than 100 lenders on digital closings and rolled lenders out to full adoption.
"To stay competitive, it’s critical that lenders do more with less while also providing a best-in-class borrower experience. Moving to digital closings is the best way to solve this problem, but only if lenders can do it at scale," said Todd Maki, Head of Business Development & Partnerships at Snapdocs. "Lenders One is widely recognized for the quality of its network of members, as well as its technology partners. We're excited to work with Lenders One as a preferred eClosing provider and bring our leading platform to even more of its members nationwide."
About Snapdocs
Founded in 2013, Snapdocs is the mortgage industry’s leading digital closing platform. With its patented AI technology and connected platform, Snapdocs is on a mission to perfect mortgage closings for all. ​Powering millions of closings a year, Snapdocs is leading the charge to modernize, streamline, and improve the mortgage process for lenders, borrowers, and settlement. Snapdocs is the only solution with a proven track record of creating a single, scalable process for every closing. ​Every day, over 130,000 mortgage professionals rely on Snapdocs to automate manual work and digitize paper processes that plague the industry. Snapdocs is a rapidly growing San Francisco based real estate technology company backed by leading investors including Sequoia, Y Combinator, Tiger Global, F-Prime, Zigg Capital, Alkeon, Wellington Management, Greenpoint Partners, Maverick, Founders Fund, SV Angel, Gokul Rajaram, Lachy Groom, Jack and Sam Altman and Coyne Lloyd. To learn more, please visit​​​​ www.snapdocs.com.
About Lenders One Cooperative
Lenders One (LendersOne.com) was established in 2000 as a national alliance of independent mortgage bankers, banks, credit unions, correspondent lenders and suppliers of mortgage products and services. Participants on the Lenders One platform originated approximately $780 billion of mortgages during 2020, collectively ranking as the largest retail mortgage entity in the U.S. Lenders One is managed by a subsidiary of Altisource Portfolio Solutions S.A.
View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220523006089/en/
Sara Pallas
When Buffett buys, the market listens.
‘Both are insistent that I'm taking money that is morally theirs. There's no changing their mind.’
If history is any guide, expect this bear market to last roughly a year, says one strategist.
Amazon's stock split will take place on June 3 and you'll end up with more shares in your account if you qualify.
The stock market pulled back from the brink of a bear market as rate-hike expectations eased, at least for now. Here's what it will take to signal a bottom.
Meanwhile, the growth-stock-focused Nasdaq Composite is off 30% from its November record closing high. Going shopping during steep corrections and bear markets offers investors the opportunity to buy innovative growth stocks that can deliver transformational wealth…with some patience, of course. What follows are five examples of growth stocks with supercharged return potential that can, over many years or decades, put investors on a path to complete financial independence.
Technology stocks are having a forgettable 2022, as the 28% decline in the NASDAQ-100 Technology Sector index shows, with investors choosing to dump high-growth, richly valued companies amid surging inflation, geopolitical instability in Europe, and rate hikes by the Federal Reserve. Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) are two such tech stocks that are worth buying following pullbacks, as they are on track to win big from lucrative trends. Let's look at the reasons why buying these two stocks right now could help set up investors' portfolios for long-term gains.
Real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran didn't mince words when asked about Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk's recent behavior.
Dividends are the bread and butter of income investors. You don't need to sell your assets or spend hours every day managing your accounts. Instead, dividend stocks simply generate income on their own. Putting together a portfolio that generates at least … Continue reading → The post How to Make $1,000 a Month in Dividends appeared first on SmartAsset Blog.
Giving too much money to these giants? Then start collecting rent from them.
‘I have made an earnest attempt to get the bank to take their money back, so I was wondering if at any point or time the money would become legally mine.’
OSLO (Reuters) -Norwegian Air has agreed to buy 50 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and secured options for a further 30 of the planes at an undisclosed price, ending a contract dispute between the two firms, the budget carrier said on Monday. The deal is a boost for Boeing, anchoring long-standing customer Norwegian to the U.S. plane maker after the Oslo-based airline earlier this year said it would consider switching to rival Airbus. For Norwegian the deal marks a return to aircraft ownership after it was forced to resort to leasing deals during bankruptcy proceedings that rescued the company last year.
Shares in the electric-car maker have lost a third of their value since April when Elon Musk disclosed his stake in the social-media platform.
U.S. trading will resume on Tuesday following the Memorial Day holiday. Overseas markets are moving higher.
American and Canadian governments provide many of the same types of services for those in retirement, but subtle differences between the two exist.
(Bloomberg) — The yuan and Chinese consumer stocks rallied as key cities eased Covid restrictions, spurring bets that the worst of the economic impact from strict lockdowns is over. Most Read from BloombergElizabeth Holmes Urges Judge to Overturn Verdict and Acquit HerWalmart, Gap and Others Amass $45 Billion in Extra Stuff to SellElon Musk Says Bill Gates Has ‘Multi-Billion Dollar’ Tesla Short PositionStocks Gain as China Virus Easing Spurs Optimism: Markets WrapGoldman Says Bull Market in Bat
Amazon's stock split will take place on June 3, but don't expect to wake up to riches overnight.
(Bloomberg) — Bitcoin posted its biggest gain in two weeks, climbing close to $31,000 as China’s easing of Covid curbs stoked investor enthusiasm for riskier assets. Most Read from BloombergElizabeth Holmes Urges Judge to Overturn Verdict and Acquit HerWalmart, Gap and Others Amass $45 Billion in Extra Stuff to SellElon Musk Says Bill Gates Has ‘Multi-Billion Dollar’ Tesla Short PositionStocks Gain as China Virus Easing Spurs Optimism: Markets WrapGoldman Says Bull Market in Battery Metals Is F
Bitcoin was headed for a ninth-straight weekly loss, a record in the largest cryptocurrency's trading history dating back to the early 2010s. Terra delivered its new LUNA "revival" tokens, and the price promptly crashed.
There’s more evidence that the economic narrative could be undergoing a major shift.