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DocMagic Announces First Start to Finish Paperless Digital eClosing

DocMagic, Inc., a national provider of loan document preparation and comprehensive eMortgage services
technologyheadquartered in Torrance, California, has announced the completion of the start to finish eClosing using its Total eClose solution system in Massachusetts.

Total eClose’s all-encompassing system incorporates eSignature-enabled SMART Documents, World Wide Notary’s (WWN) eNotarization services to electronically notarize documents, MERS eRegistery access, a secure eVault, and Investor eDelivery to execute a seamless eClosing. The solution keeps track of progress by logging and storing all activity.

Santander Bank played an integral role in the eClosing process by serving as the eWarehouse lender. Tim Anderson, Director of eServices at DocMagic, described the promptness of the eClosing process using Santander Bank. “We helped test and implement an eWarehouse process to eDeliver acceptance of the eNote to Santander Bank within seconds after the eClosing was completed. This is an industry-altering achievement.”

DocMagic was selected as one of 12 participants in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s eClosing pilot project in 2014, which helped explore the benefits of digital mortgage technology. After the pilot was deemed a success, DocMagic continued to further develop and perfect its eClosing solution.

Dominic Iannitti, President and CEO of DocMagic, discussed the process of digital closings and what they mean for the mortgage industry. “There are a few mortgage technology vendors that have been working to deliver an eClosing for some time now, but they have all fallen short in various ways,” he said. “Most of these solutions are merely hybrids that require certain documents to be executed on paper and often force lenders to maintain numerous complex integrations. With Total eClose, however, you work with a single vendor, on a single platform, and clients need to only access DocMagic or the company’s SmartCLOSE system to seamlessly and compliantly fulfill paperless closing.”

 

About Author: Mirasha Brown

Mirasha Brown is a graduate of Florida A&M University and is pursuing a masters degree at Syracuse University. Born and raised in Florida, she has contributed to public relations and marketing campaigns for Rent The Runway and Billboard. She is a communications specialist with The Five Star and a contributing writer to DS News and the MReport.
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