Pavaso, Inc., a provider of digital process and collaboration solutions for the real estate lifecycle and SigniaDocs, Inc., a provider of eMortgage platform technologies, announced the integration between their two platforms to facilitate an all-inclusive eClosing process.
“Electronic mortgage documents are a critical component to achieving a complete eClosing process,” said Nancy Pratt, Vice President of Business Relationships and Government Affairs at Pavaso.
PLANO, Texas /Mortgage and Finance News/ — Pavaso, Inc., a provider of digital process and collaboration solutions for the real estate lifecycle and SigniaDocs, Inc., a provider of eMortgage platform technologies, announced the integration between their two platforms to facilitate an all-inclusive eClosing process.
“SigniaDocs has always approached eMortgage in a holistic way, and this integration to Pavaso demonstrates our goal to support the entire transaction of an electronic loan life cycle. Our eMortgage platform and, specifically, our data-driven SMARTDoc approach facilitates compliant, secure, data-portable loan files from the closing table through every aspect of the secondary market,” said Paul Anselmo, CEO of SigniaDocs.
Among the many benefits that users of both systems will now gain, the SigniaDocs integration provides Pavaso with an additional layer of MISMO compliance for closings conducted on the Pavaso Digital Close platform, as well as pass-through processing to any LOS that SigniaDocs is integrated with today.
In addition to e-Sign capability, SigniaDocs customers can leverage the flexibility of the Pavaso Digital Close closing platform, which can handle digital, paper or hybrid closings, and achieve a new level of collaboration for all stakeholders involved in the closing. The platform also incorporates the real estate agent and title company as part of a unified process to consumers, delivering a modern, world-class closing experience.
“Electronic mortgage documents are a critical component to achieving a complete eClosing process,” said Nancy Pratt, Vice President of Business Relationships & Government Affairs at Pavaso. “SigniaDocs’ technology is highly complimentary to the Pavaso platform, and through this integration, we foresee improved ability to get the buyer to the closing table faster, without sacrificing the quality of their experience throughout the process.”
Pavaso is redefining real estate for the real world by connecting everyone in the real estate lifecycle through powerfully simple innovation. For more information on how our platform and solutions can help you move beyond TRID challenges, digitally transform your organization, and dramatically enhance the consumer experience, call us at 866-288-7051 or visit http://www.pavaso.com/.
About SigniaDocs, Inc.:
SigniaDocs provides industry-leading eMortgage platform technologies including legally compliant electronic mortgage documents in 50 states at the investor, federal, state and local level. SigniaDocs offers a full electronic signature platform that provides electronic document collaboration and comprehensive eMortgage services including eDisclosure, eProcessing, eClosing, eNotary, eModification, eVaulting and eWarehouse lending. SigniaDocs eMortgage platform is certified on the MERS(R) eRegistry and eDelivery platforms as well as Fannie Mae’s eMortgage delivery system.
As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Texas based MRN cubed, LLC, SigniaDocs eMortgage platform is also fully integrated into the business outsourcing services and distressed asset management solutions offered by MRN to originators, correspondent aggregators, private conduits, secondary markets and servicers. SigniaDoc’s eMortgage platform helps to facilitate MRN’s goal of delivering complete electronic and portable loan diligence.
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