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Member First Mortgage Selects Blue Sage’s Digital Platform

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 12, 2019
Blue Sage has announced that Member First Mortgage, a credit union service organization (CUSO), has chosen Blue Sage as its mortgage origination platform

Blue Sage has announced that Member First Mortgage, a credit union service organization (CUSO), has chosen Blue Sage as its mortgage origination platform. Member First Mortgage provides a complete range of conventional and government loans and performs loan processing, fulfillment, servicing and other mortgage-related services for more than 200 credit unions nationwide.
Blue Sage has announced that Member First Mortgage, a credit union service organization (CUSO), has chosen Blue Sage as its mortgage origination platform
 
All mortgages originated on behalf of Member First Mortgage’s credit union members will be created through the Blue Sage Digital Lending Platform, a browser-based, highly scalable solution capable of supporting any mortgage channel, including retail, wholesale and correspondent lines of business. Built, managed and delivered through a cloud environment, Blue Sage can be accessed on any device and handles pricing, underwriting and loan decision-making from the point-of-sale stage all the way to the closing and funding of a loan.
 
“Unlike most loan origination software, Blue Sage was not built with technology that was developed more than a decade ago and is continually repackaged to look new,” said Member First Mortgage Chief Executive Officer Jerry Reed. “It was written in current software language and includes a rich system of APIs, making it a more fluid system that offers better connectivity than any other product on the market. And because Blue Sage is a cloud-managed system, we can add new features and capabilities for years without constantly building new bridges to third-party software and services. It’s completely superior to anything else on the market.”
 
The Blue Sage platform comes equipped with borrower-facing loan application tools that enable credit union members to manage their own mortgage experience. After a borrower applies for a loan online, Blue Sage automatically calculates fees and creates electronic disclosures that are then sent to the borrower for e-signing, saving valuable time and effort. All vendor services—such as appraisals, title and flood insurance—can be automatically ordered online through Blue Sage’s workflow as well.
 
“Member First Mortgage shares our view that mortgage technology should be simple and always place the borrower first,” said Joe Langner, Chief Executive Officer of Blue Sage. “We’re excited for the opportunity to help hundreds of credit unions create a unique mortgage experience for their members by simplifying the mortgage process, eliminating paperwork and dramatically reducing the time and expense it takes to close loans.”


 
Published
Feb 12, 2019
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