DocuSign Rooms for Mortgage and Mortgage Cadence Streamline the Closing Process

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DocuSign Rooms for Mortgage is now available through the Mortgage Cadence Platform to streamline the closing process.

After a year of remote operations and record low interest rates, the mortgage industry has advanced closer to its north star of eClosings at a faster rate than anticipated. Digital tools are increasingly gaining adoption, with 79% of recently surveyed borrowers sharing that technology played a larger role in their current closing compared to their prior one. While digitizing parts of the closing process has eased the burden of manual paperwork, lenders still encounter inefficiency and frustration when managing multiple, disconnected solutions that tackle different pieces of the problem. Ultimately, no single software vendor can solve the entirety of the mortgage puzzle, so it is pivotal for lenders to find technology partners that can evolve and support an integrated journey.

That’s why DocuSign and Mortgage Cadence are excited to introduce a new integration between DocuSign Rooms for Mortgage and the Mortgage Cadence Platform. Rooms for Mortgage offers lenders a secure, digital workspace to assemble, preview and sign closing packages while Mortgage Cadence powers high performance lending with a complete, end-to-end loan origination system. With this integration, lenders can bridge the gap between document generation and execution, creating a unified experience for all parties collaborating in the closing process.

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