Nations Lending Services Launches New Site
Nations Lending Services has announced the launch of its new Web site with innovative functionality and brand new tools. The new site launch includes new user tools such as an online HUD editor, a Good Faith Estimate (GFE) calculator, and a rate estimator for homeowners. "We have a large variety of customized technology solutions for clients that have been developed internally over 20 years," said Kelly Kern, president of Nations Lending Services. "Known as a leader within the real estate information industry by most major national real estate technology firms, we have had many long time working partnerships with companies like Encompass, RealEC, OTX, FNN, Calyx, EPass, and more. Our initial Web site rollout 12 years ago was cutting-edge. Over the past decade, several competitors have copied our online solutions. We feel that our new initiatives will again revolutionize the industry and that they will be the benchmark all industry providers will use for years to come." Nations' new Good Faith Estimate Calculator will allow customers to obtain a quote in a matter of seconds for no charge. The information provided, including taxes, closing fees and recording fees, is guaranteed. The Rate Estimator will provide homeowners with an estimate on their basic title, closing and property search rates in a fast, easy-to-use, and free manner. Of the new features, there is also an online HUD editor, that will allow Nations Lending's clients to gain free access to edit bank and lender fees, expedite approvals with the click of a button, and to download a copy of the final HUD instantly. This function also removes the need for e-mail, as the site is now a one-stop source for producing, editing and approving a HUD-1. "We really try and focus our energies to come up with seamless solutions for our client," said Kern. "Our online HUD has been an excellent tool to help files get from application to funding as quick as possible. Some of the largest lenders in the country find it extremely beneficial, and we continue to evaluate ways to keep improving it."