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Snapdocs Announces eVault Solution to Simplify Adoption of eNotes and Further Scale Digital Mortgages

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New solution will expand the Snapdocs eVault integration suite to include a natively developed offering

SAN FRANCISCO, October 18, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Snapdocs, Inc., the leading digital closing platform for the mortgage industry, today announced the Snapdocs eVault, a solution for the secure creation, storage, and transfer of eNotes and other digital mortgage documents. The eVault will be directly connected into the Snapdocs Digital Closing Platform, expanding Snapdocs’ eVault integration suite to include a natively developed option.

With the addition of this eVault, Snapdocs will provide a single consolidated platform for the creation and storage of eNotes. Borrowers can eSign closing documents, including the digital promissory note, and Snapdocs will automatically store the eNote in a secure eVault, register the note with MERS®, and allow instant delivery to all of a lender’s counterparties – investors, warehouse lenders, servicers, document custodians and more. Lenders will be able to manage this process without ever leaving their Loan Origination System (LOS).

"Only by deeply understanding lenders’ complex workflows has Snapdocs emerged as the industry’s leading digital closing platform," said Snapdocs CEO Aaron King. "We know how to help lenders reap the benefits of eNotes, and we’ll continue to make it easy for lenders to do so by working with their eVault of choice."

Despite the rapid adoption of digital mortgage technologies, lenders still struggle with the technological and business process changes required to store, manage and ultimately scale eNotes, the digital equivalent of a promissory note. Although more than 60 percent of lenders say that eNotes are a critical feature for mortgage closings, less than 3 percent of lenders are registered with MERS to create them, and roughly 3 percent of mortgage loans include an eNote. Meanwhile, Snapdocs lenders using eNotes today save hundreds of dollars per closing, and eNotes are a requirement to offer borrowers a full eClosing experience.

The eVault follows recent announcements by Snapdocs of Closing Quality Control, a solution to eliminate errors in the closing process, and the MISMO e-Eligibility Exchange, powered by Snapdocs, that helps lenders automatically determine the maximum degree of digitization for any given closing.

"We’re working backward from a future where mortgage closings are perfect, and the enabling technologies are so good that they simply fade into the background," said King. "The capabilities we’re developing will provide the digital infrastructure that will ultimately allow the seamless exchange of mortgage-backed assets across the thousands of industry participants that play a role in the lifecycle of mortgage loans."

Snapdocs unveiled the new eVault solution at MBA Annual 2021 and is currently working with a set of early access customers prior to general availability in 2022. For more information about the Snapdocs eVault and how to effectively implement digital mortgage closings at your organization, please contact us here.

About Snapdocs

Founded in 2013, Snapdocs is the mortgage industry’s leading digital closing platform. With its patented AI technology and connected platform, Snapdocs is on a mission to perfect mortgage closings for all. ​Powering millions of closings a year, Snapdocs is leading the charge to modernize, streamline, and improve the mortgage process for lenders, borrowers, and settlement. Snapdocs is the only solution with a proven track record of creating a single, scalable process for every closing. ​Every day, over 130,000 mortgage professionals rely on Snapdocs to automate manual work and digitize paper processes that plague the industry. Snapdocs is a rapidly growing San Francisco based real estate technology company backed by leading investors including Sequoia, Y Combinator, Tiger Global, F-Prime, Zigg Capital, Alkeon, Wellington Management, Greenpoint Partners, Maverick, Founders Fund, SV Angel, Gokul Rajaram, Lachy Groom, Jack and Sam Altman and Coyne Lloyd. To learn more, please visit​.

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