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ClosingCorp Announces Integration With Plaza Home Mortgage

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jun 26, 2019
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ClosingCorp has announced that its SmartFees service has been integrated with Plaza Home Mortgage’s BREEZE loan origination system. The integration provides wholesale mortgage brokers the option of creating, previewing and delivering loan estimate (LE) disclosures at the point of sale.
 
ClosingCorp has announced that its SmartFees service has been integrated with Plaza Home Mortgage’s BREEZE loan origination systemSmartFees provides an automated fee solution that gives Plaza mortgage brokers immediate access to vendor-verified closing costs with an audit trail and a data-backed guarantee. The integration allows BREEZE users to quickly search for and select a closing agent and title company in their specific markets. SmartFees will integrate the loan file information, transfer tax and recording data, as well as service provider fees, including land surveys and other services required depending on the property’s location, from more than 70,000 rate cards. Lender business rules and other requirements are also feed into BREEZE—allowing Plaza Home Mortgage brokers the ability to originate mortgage confidently and compliantly.
 
“Lenders want proven applications to help them meet compliance requirements,” said Bob Jennings, chief executive officer of ClosingCorp. “Our partnership with Plaza Home Mortgage will improve their efforts to provide accurate and timely data to their borrowers while also giving them peace of mind that they are in compliance.”
 
“Our integration with ClosingCorp represents our continued commitment to streamlining the LE and disclosure form generation process for our clients,” said Jeff Leinan, executive vice president of national wholesale production for Plaza Home Mortgage. “Continuing to collaborate with industry leaders, like ClosingCorp, allows us to provide our clients with access to the most accurate rates and fees enabling them to close fully compliant loans.”

 
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