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eMortgageLaw Rebrands as eClosePlus
Apr 02, 2020
eMortgageLaw has announced that it has rebranded as eClosePlus

eMortgageLaw has announced that it has rebranded as eClosePlus. The new name reflects the company's specialization in digital eClosing solutions for the mortgage and title industries.
eClosePlus simplifies the real estate closing process for mortgage lenders, settlement agents and borrowers by digitizing closing documents to facilitate eSignatures and producing a more efficient and almost errorless closing process. The company provides several eClosing options, from hybrid eClosings to completely digital eClosings with SMARTNotes, eVault storage and automatic MERS registrations. eClosePlus also offers remote online notarizations (RON) capabilities that empower borrowers to execute their complete set of closing documents over the Internet from the comfort of their own home. All eClosePlus products are offered as software-as-a-service (SaaS) and are easily accessible via the Internet.
"Over the past several years, our proprietary online closing technology has empowered our clients to provide the fast, convenient closings today's borrowers are seeking," said Allan Polunsky, chief executive officer of eClosePlus. "Our new name truly captures our commitment to continue delivering a much more efficient, modern and completely digital closing experience."
As part of the rebranding, the company has launched a new Web site at

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