Expediting eClosing and RON in the Current Environment – What You Need to Know Now

Digital transformation of the mortgage process has taken on a new urgency, evolving from something that already provided convenience, efficiency and cost savings to an essential requirement given ongoing pandemic concerns. As such, lenders are taking action now to implement hybrid and full eNote eClosings, asking for functionality to enable Remote Online Notarization (RON), national legislation to allow every state in the U.S. to support RON,  and investor acceptance of RON-signed eNotes as a solution to facilitate mortgage closings while minimizing in-person contact.

Lenders are expediting eStrategies to ensure the best possible experience for the borrower while navigating the complexity and nuances of the eClosing ecosystem. Today, it’s all about taking action to keep processes moving forward vs. a wait and see approach.

In this webinar, we’ll outline the technology progression and growth happening in eClosing and the steps lenders can take today to make every loan as “e” as it can be. We’ll provide the most current information on hybrid and full eNote eClosings, discuss the increases happening in eNote adoption, define the progression happening in eNotarization including RON, provide an overview of the eNotary landscape, and how to successfully implement your eClosing strategy.

Company: Docutech
Date & Time: May 14th, 1 pm CST

Harry Gardner

EVP, eStrategies


Rick Triola



Mark Ladd

VP, Regulatory & Industry Affairs


Jim Krugh

SVP of Compliance


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