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Mortgage Information Services Integrates With Ellie Mae

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 10, 2014

Mortgage Information Services Inc. has announced the successful integration of its full line of products and services into Encompass360, Ellie Mae’s mortgage origination and management system. Users of Encompass360 can now take advantage of MIS’s one-stop shop for real estate information without having to move to an external website or submit the order request via phone, fax or e-mail. Title insurance commitments and policies, curative documents such as loan payoffs and subordination agreements, HUD settlement statements and appraisal reports will all be delivered from MIS directly into Encompass360, while providing step-by-step tracking updates throughout the order cycle. The streamlined process will also give Encompass360 users the ability to securely upload pertinent documents, including real estate contracts and authorization forms, to MIS’s internal management system, ProductionLink. In order to take advantage of the integration, Encompass360 users will need only an account with MIS, and a username and password to input into their normal interface the first time a title or valuation request is submitted. Status updates are shown in real-time, assuring that the user has the most current information available, and all documents are able to be stored electronically within Encompass360 for easy access and review. Since its inception, MIS has been an innovative user of technology and was the first real estate financial services firm to fully adopt back office production systems and internet based communication methods for customer interfaces. “One of our primary goals has always been to forge partnerships that are not only mutually beneficial to MIS and our clients, but are also enhancements to improve the borrower’s overall experience,” said David Stroop, regional vice-president at MIS. “The integration with Encompass360 is the latest example of our commitment to that ideal.”
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Jan 10, 2014
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