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ICBA and Mortgagebot Extend Agreement for Member Banks

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 09, 2015

The Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and DH Corporation (D+H) have announced the extension of their relationship designating D+H as a Premier Value Provider under the ICBA SmartLenderSM Program. ICBA member banks will continue to enjoy discounted start-up costs and preferred pricing to utilize D+H’s premier web-based lending platform, Mortgagebot.

“Mortgagebot is a great tool for community banks facing regulatory challenges because of its ability to help lenders accept complete applications and simplify compliance deliverables,” said Ron Haynie, executive vice president of ICBA Mortgage. “Ultimately, Mortgagebot has become an integral part of their day-to-day business, and we are pleased to continue our long-term relationship with D+H to bring this solution to our membership.” 

Mortgagebot is an end-to-end application and origination solution used by community banks to offer borrowers a streamlined online application experience and lenders an automated, compliant loan origination and processing system. It has been offered to ICBA members under the Premier Value Provider agreement since 2005. Community banks simplify compliance, increase mortgage profitability and narrow big lenders’ competitive advantages by creating greater visibility to capture online volume at an affordable cost. Mortgagebot also reduces regulatory compliance challenges by immediately delivering accurate, compliance-ready disclosures.

“We are thrilled to continue to offer ICBA members direct access to proven tools for optimizing their mortgage lending activities,” said Scott Hansen, senior vice president of marketing, D+H. “We are focused on delivering solutions our clients need to grow, compete, serve their customers and streamline their businesses—and Mortgagebot is no exception.”

Published
Feb 09, 2015
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