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ClosingCorp Launches New GFE Offering

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Sep 30, 2013

ClosingCorp has announced the launch of SmartStart, a program that gives small to mid-sized lenders immediate access to the company’s SmartGFE service for instant closing cost data for Good Faith Estimates (GFEs). SmartStart allows lenders to begin using SmartGFE at a highly discounted rate within one day of signing up for the service. During the 60-day SmartStart period, lenders receive the guaranteed RESPA compliant GFE data for Blocks three thru eight directly through ClosingCorp’s online SmartGFE service. The program includes the onboarding of up to four preferred providers and gives lenders access to current rates from ClosingCorp’s network of more than 12,000 service providers, as well as access to the company’s proprietary recording fee and transfer tax data. “Our SmartGFE is used by many of the nation’s largest lenders, and by launching SmartStart we are giving small to mid-sized lenders the opportunity to instantly experience the efficiencies and costs savings of obtaining accurate rates through our SmartGFE service,” said Mark Nogaki, senior vice president of sales at ClosingCorp. “SmartStart is ideal for lenders that want to quickly eliminate costly tolerance violations and save money without waiting on the customized onboarding process typically associated with software implementations.”
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