Your Borrowers Want Digital Closings – But Are Their Loans e-Eligible?
As a lender, you know the “degree of digitization” matters because generally, the more you digitize closings, the fewer costs you incur. Additionally, the less time a loan takes to process, the better the experience for your borrower and the lesser likelihood of an error. That’s why lenders are maximizing the “degree of digitization” of their closings–a.k.a. their e-Eligibility.
During this webinar, industry veterans review the five factors that determine the digitization of each loan: county land recording, counterparty requirements, title underwriter requirements, settlement readiness and eNotarization. You’ll learn how these 5 R’s of e-Eligibility can be applied to optimize and scale your digital mortgage closings strategy.
This Webinar Covers:
- The definition of e-Eligibility
- The five R’s that comprise e-Eligibility
- Six key obstacles to addressing eClosings
- Guidance and tips from lenders who are empowering their team to implement eClosings
Learn more e-Eligibility:
- Counterparty Requirements
- County Land Recording
- Title Underwriter Restrictions
- The Spectrum of Digital Mortgage Closing Eligibility
- Six Obstacles to Addressing e-Eligibility when Digitizing Mortgage Closings
Curious how “e” your closing process can be? Get a complimentary breakdown of your entire loan portfolio that will help you determine how digitized each loan can be here.
Meet the Panelists
Danielle developed her love for credit unions during college and quickly realized this was her home. As Chief Lending Officer for Fort Community Credit Union, Danielle has implemented electronic and remote delivery of consumer and mortgage lending, doubled insurance income, and overhauled loan policies and procedures. In the past, Danielle has been responsible for developing and implementing strategy for retail, marketing and business
development as the Chief Retail Officer at Fort Community Credit Union. She has held previous roles at Filene Research Institute, and was the Director of Innovation at Blackhawk Community Credit Union.
A committed community advocate, Danielle has held past positions as a Board Member of her local Chamber of Commerce, the Humane Society of Jefferson County, and is currently the President of the Whitewater Community Foundation.
Danielle holds a B.B.A. degree in International Business and a minor in Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She holds the Credit Union Strategic Marketing Executive Designation (CSME), is a 2011 graduate of CUNA Management School (CCUE), a 2013 Government Affairs Conference Crasher, a 2013 Big Bright Minds Crasher, was designated a Credit Union Development Educator (CUDE) in September 2014 and was
honored as a 2016 CUNA Rock Star. Danielle was also a part of the Filene i3 Class of 2015 and worked with fellow credit union executives on innovative projects such as Bank on Family.
Danielle’s boundless energy extends to her personal life where she loves to run, read, travel and hike and boat with her husband.
Jonathan Kearns is MISMO’s Vice President of Technology. Recognized as a thought leader in the mortgage technology space, Jonathan has substantial experience developing technology and product strategy, including over a decade of experience with electronic signatures, eVaults and the eClosing process. Previously Jonathan was Senior Vice President of Technology at DocMagic, Inc., where he was responsible for their digital mortgage platforms.
Terry Chung is currently VP, Business Solutions at CrossCountry Mortgage, LLC. She is a mortgage banker with over 27 years of industry experience mostly in retail lending. She has also been in wholesale and consumer direct. Chung was previously an SVP at bank owned mortgage banking subsidiaries and is a subject matter specialist in eClosing. With her experience in Secondary Marketing, Operations, Business Solutions and several startups, she understands process flow from the ground floor, enterprise technology and lending requirements to execute.
Amy Moses has over 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry and currently leads the Field Marketing function at Snapdocs, collaborating with influencers throughout the ecosystem to advance the adoption of digital mortgage closings.
Before Snapdocs, Moses led the marketing function at MERS, educating their vast membership base about the MERS System, MERS eRegistry and eMortgages during regional workshops, user conferences, webinars, and the MERS eMortgage Boot Camp.
Moses’ start in the industry was at GMAC Mortgage where she spent a decade on the servicing side of the business, including marketing the subservicing division.
Camelia Martin has over 16 years of experience in mortgage finance technology. As Head of Industry & Regulatory Affairs at Snapdocs, she collaborates with a broad spectrum of industry participants to advance the adoption of digital mortgage closings.
Martin has focused expertise in the use of eNotes (electronic promissory notes), and throughout the course of her career she has led a number of digital mortgage initiatives which directly supported programs for key stakeholders such as Ginnie Mae, the Federal Home Loan Banks, and the Mortgage Industry Standards & Maintenance Organization (MISMO). Prior to joining Snapdocs, Martin held senior leadership roles at Falcon Capital Advisors and MERSCORP Holdings, now ICE Mortgage Technology.
Martin was selected as a 2020 HousingWire Woman of Influence in recognition of her efforts to accelerate the industry’s adoption of digital mortgage closings. She also currently serves as a Senior Advisor to MISMO, and as Co-Chair of MISMO’s Remote Online Notarization Standards and eNote/eVault Interoperability Committees.