Norwood, Mass.-based Poli Mortgage Group Inc. has announced that it will leverage the AllRegs technology platform to publish, manage and maintain its lending libraries of underwriting guidelines. Poli Mortgage Group will now leverage the AllRegs technology platform and publishing expertise to manage and maintain its retail and wholesale lending library of mortgage underwriting guidelines. Users will benefit from a variety of productivity tools, including an electronic Table of Contents tree with links to content, guidelines and forms. Content is also accessible through a robust search engine that features a thesaurus with industry jargon and relative matching results. Through the archiving feature, users will be able to view revised content with the effective date displayed and a shaded background. "Having a resource like AllRegs to keep our documents and information all in one place simplifies the process and allows us to be more efficient," says Poli Mortgage Group CEO Chip Poli. Poli Mortgage internal staff and business partners will be able to access underwriting guide content through the online Lending Libraries, including: ►General Information ►General Requirements ►Fannie Mae Desktop Underwriter ►Freddie Mac Loans Prospector ►Conforming Conventional Loans ►Appraisal Standards ►Specific Property Types – Eligible Products ►Non-Conforming Conventional Loans ►Government Loans ►Interest Only Guidelines ►New Construction ►Relocation Guidelines ►Monthly Savings Plan Feasibility Worksheet In addition, the Poli Mortgage Group Lending Libraries features a Recent Updates section to announce changes to content, as well as E-mail Alerts to notify users of changes. "We are excited to help Poli Mortgage Group utilize an innovative and robust resource to publish their guidelines and communicate policy and changes, as well as navigatExecutive Vice President e and search the company's underwriting guide," said Dan Thoms of AllRegs. "Poli Mortgage Group's lending libraries will help their staff and partners alike to streamline business processes and increase productivity."