Remote online notarization (RON) eClosings require a unique set of documents. Learn how title & lender documents collected, stored, and transferred.
While eClosings are growing in acceptance and adoption, fully-digital closings are still not a reality. Mortgage lenders must continue to adopt solutions for the manual and paper-intensive trailing document collection process.
A look back at last year’s Future of Real Estate Summit and a look ahead at what’s to come in 2021 at our second-annual event.
At the ATLA and MBA eClosing Bootcamp, title and mortgage lending professionals discussed the value of hybrid eClosings when RON is not available.
It’s been a historic summer. Will COVID-19 ultimately be the igniting force that pushes the mortgage industry into a new digital paradigm?
Delivering reassurance that your systems are secureis paramount for a RON transaction. This confidence starts with investment in the right technology.
For those considering remote notary certification, now is the time to start necessary training in order to meet current and future demand.
At FORES, WFG’s Pat Stone delivered his title industry predictions. We followed up with him a few months later to learn which predictions were correct.
RON enables real estate closings to happen completely electronically with a remote notary. Learn how RON differs from other real estate eClosing options.
The obstacles to fully-remote closings are quickly breaking down as lenders, underwriters and title & escrow businesses accelerate their RON timelines.
Find up-to-date resources, legislation, and guidelines for remote online notarization (RON) from trusted institutions including ALTA, GSEs, and MISMO.
Qualia spoke with leaders from title & escrow businesses across the country over video chat to discuss how their teams have adapted to COVID-19.