Quickening Execution

December 2005
Bank Technology News;Dec2005, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on new technology rollouts in the mortgage market aimed at providing best pricing possible by enabling Web-based, real-time communication and document transfer. The need for improved automation in loan execution has become a priority in the recent times. Technological upgradation in this sector will enable people to source loan information more accurately with less effort and compare different investors to determine the best product available. The Web- friendly wholesale sector has been the most active among all. The explosive growth of Internet mortgage finance has been the cause for increase in the demand on the wholesale side.


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