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National MI Integrates With Lender Price

Keith Griffin
Sep 17, 2020
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National Mortgage Insurance Corporation, a subsidiary of NMI Holdings, Inc., announced it fully integrated with Lender Price, a cloud-based product, pricing and eligibility engine provider for the mortgage finance industry. Loan officers now have instant access to National MI's risk-based Rate GPS through the Lender Price PPE platform.
 
"National MI is excited to team with Lender Price," said Norm Fitzgerald, National Mortgage Insurance's chief sales officer. "This integration reinforces our commitment to streamlining and automating the process of ordering private mortgage insurance while mitigating the chance for errors. It also reduces the time from application to closing for loan originators and consumers."
 
Dawar Alimi, Lender Price co-founder and CEO, said, "The integration is keeping in line with our commitment to provide lenders with best-in-class service by giving loan officers quick access to competitive private mortgage insurance quotes." 
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