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Secure Settlements Introduces ‘My Agent List’ Technology Enhancement

JAN 13, 2014 11:58am ET
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Secure Settlements has improved its proprietary Closing Agent Search Engine tool to help lenders meet regulatory expectations.

Lenders using the CASE tool will have the ability to create their own “My Agent List” unique to their company. This list will maintain basic information as well as risk data relevant to their specific settlement agents.

The agent data will be updated in real time and can be exported or printed in the event a lender must demonstrate that they maintain a list for regulatory and government-sponsored enterprise audit and exam purposes.

For example, Fannie Mae seller-servicers must be able to show that they maintain a list of approved and vetted agents as a condition of their FNMA relationship.

The CASE tool, a national database of mortgage settlement agents, is accessed by lenders to verify an agent’s status prior to wiring mortgage proceeds.

In 2013, this searchable database was used as a quality control measure prior to the closing of more than 122,000 loans nationwide, according to the Parsippany, N.J.-based data intelligence and risk analytics company. Secure Settlements expects usage to surpass 500,000 transactions by the end of this year as more lenders sign up for its risk tools.

“We continue to develop enhancements and technology tools to assist banks and mortgage lenders meet their regulatory and prefunding loan quality assurance needs,” says Andrew Liput, CEO of Secure Settlement. “This new enhancement is merely one of several that we expect to announce this year as we strive to maintain our position as an innovative leader in mortgage banking enterprise risk management.”

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