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Digital mortgage platform Maxwell, released its latest tech-powered innovation, MaxDiligence to provide due diligence and quality control services for lenders. The latest feature in Maxwell's suite of tools designed for community lenders, MaxDiligence is a new scalable way to gain efficiency and generate reliable results, according to the company.
Through MaxDiligence, Maxwell can create a custom experience for any transaction type increasing efficiency, minimizing risk, and improving performance, according to a press release. Lenders using the service gain access to Maxwell's staff of underwriting professionals with a diverse background of loan experience.
Maxwell's Point of Sale technology recently surpassed $6 billion in monthly loan volume. By applying technology learnings from its other features to Due Diligence and QC services, Maxwell is able to offer a more transparent, efficient, and faster process, according to the company.
“The launch of MaxDiligence is a significant step towards an all-inclusive solution for our clients,” said Maxwell president Brian Simons. “Maxwell continues to grow beyond a point-of-sale solutions provider, anticipating and solving the daily challenges community lenders face in the market today. Community lenders have historically been underserved in these offerings, and more recently, lenders both large and small are feeling the pressure with large backlogs in diligence services. MaxDiligence, will provide a significant value, using automation to help our clients focus on streamlining their process.”
The MaxDiligence service is spearheaded by Sadie Gurley, a veteran with over 25 years of experience managing residential mortgage platforms and a recent addition to Maxwell. Gurley will help to head up the new alongside Kyle Waltz, a digital risk expert joining Maxwell from SourcePoint. Together, the MaxDiligence leadership team holds over 75 years of mortgage operational experience.