ClosingCorp SmartStart Aids In Good Faith Estimate Process

Posted by Patrick Barnard on September 30, 2013 No Comments
Categories : Residential Mortgage

ClosingCorp, a La Jolla, Calif.-based provider of residential real estate data and technologies, has released SmartStart, a program that gives small to midsize lenders access to the company's SmartGFE service for instant closing cost data for good faith estimates.

SmartStart gives lenders access to current rates from ClosingCorp's network, as well as access to the company's proprietary recording fee and transfer tax data. The program is compliant with the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and keeps users up-to-date with revisions to disclosure forms, rules and local practices, ClosingCorp says.

"SmartStart is ideal for lenders that want to quickly eliminate costly tolerance violations and save money without waiting on the customized onboarding process typically associated with software implementations," explains Mark Nogaki, senior vice president of sales.

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