QRL to Leverage DocMagic to Purchase eNotes From Correspondents
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QRL to Leverage DocMagic to Purchase eNotes From Correspondents

October 29, 2018
DocMagic has announced that QRL Financial Services, a provider of residential mortgage lending services for community banks and credit unions, has leveraged its eVault technology to purchase eNotes
DocMagic has announced that QRL Financial Services, a provider of residential mortgage lending services for community banks and credit unions, has leveraged its eVault technology to purchase eNotes. Implementing an eVault means QRL can increase new business by extending its reach to lenders that are ready to implement eClosings and sell eNotes.
DocMagic has announced that QRL Financial Services, a provider of residential mortgage lending services for community banks and credit unions, has leveraged its eVault technology to purchase eNotes
 
“QRL is a farsighted organization, and by implementing eVault technology now, they stand to capitalize on marketplace opportunities as eNotes continue to gain adoption,” said Dominic Iannitti, president and CEO of DocMagic. “We tend to partner with early adopters like QRL, who will reap the benefits of their industry insight. We look forward to the success they realize by utilizing our eVault and supporting technology.”
 
Because QRL is using DocMagic’s SmartDocs, all documents retain a tamper evident seal to ensure data and document integrity. Using static documents, that don’t include SmartDoc transactional (XML) metadata, means some organizations have the difficult, costly and time-consuming task of confirming that data and documents are in sync.
 
“Offering a truly paperless solution is the future. Consumers will expect and demand a closing experience that is more timely, convenient and informative," said Alex Rivera, Managing Director at QRL Financial Services. "QRL’s ability to purchase and service eNotes will allow the credit unions and community banks that we service to stay ahead of the technology curve as they compete with the larger institutions in the race to improve the mortgage experience.”

 
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