Proven a 2020 Best-Practice, RON Poised for Standard Operating Procedure in Mortgage Closing

Originally published in MBA NewsLink // June 23, 2021 Long drilled into our high-performance psyches as a positive attribute, some say multi-tasking has had its day and been found wanting. Neuroscientists now tout single-tasking as up to 500% more productive than multi-tasking, with leadership consultants and ordinary working folk confirming in practice. Even our fast-paced,…

  • By jack

  • 23 June, 2021

Why is hybrid closing still a thing?

If COVID-19 was the No. 1 topic of conversation amongst real estate professionals in 2020, remote online notarizations was arguable No. 2, like lenders, title/settlement agents, and real estate agents all scrambled to keep their pipelines moving in the face of social distancing requirements and/or stay-at-home orders. As the pandemic extends into 2021, much remains…

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  • 14 April, 2021

For Immediate Release: Attorney-facilitated online closings

Real estate agents enamored by Federal Title’s new attorney-facilitated online closings Customers of the D.C.-based title company don’t have to sacrifice quality experience of in-office attorney closing when opting for convenience of remote online closing Washington, D.C. (November 2, 2020) – Federal Title & Escrow Company, an independently owned title company in the Capital Region with…

  • By jack

  • 10 November, 2020

Impediments to Interstate Commerce Eliminated by Passage of The Secure Notarization Act

Originally published in MBA NewsLink // October 19, 2020 By: Rachael Sokolowski and Rick Triola What ever happened to Senate Bill 3533, the Securing and Enabling Commerce Using Remote and Electronic Notarization Act of 2020 (the “SECURE Act”), bipartisan legislation to authorize and establish minimum standards for electronic and remote notarizations (RON), which was introduced in…

  • By jack

  • 19 October, 2020

The lack of RON standardization creates industry confusion

The need for nationwide remote online notary standards becomes more apparent each day. Because RON laws are passed at the state level, each state has a different law, and those laws are interpreted differently from company to company and across state lines. The lack of RON standardization not only results in confusion surrounding the notarial…

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  • 30 September, 2020

How to Avoid Leaving an Empty Seat at the Closing Table

Originally published in MBA NewsLink // July 15, 2020 Approximately two years ago, mortgage industry advisory firm STRATMOR Group published data illuminating just how important it is for loan officers to attend their closings. We live in a very different world than we did two years ago, and while the nature of closings may have…

  • By NotaryCam

  • 15 July, 2020

Webinar – Remote Online Notary (RON) — Where it Stands Now and How to Get Started

The first quarter of 2020 proved to be an unprecedented time for the mortgage industry. As cities and states across the U.S. enforce stay-at-home orders, more organizations are looking to take advantage of eClosing opportunities. In this webinar, implementation and technology experts provide implementation best practices and recommendations for Remote Online Notarization (RON) technology. Company: DocMagic…

  • By jack

  • 24 April, 2020

MBA 2020 Tech All-Star Rick Triola: The Crusade for Remote Online Notarization

Originally published in MBA NewsLink // April 6, 2020 One of the most remarkable mortgage technology developments in the past couple of years has been emergence of Remote Online Notarization as standard operating procedure. And the industry has Rick Triola to thank for that. Through Triola’s tireless educational efforts (along with effective work at the…

  • By jack

  • 6 April, 2020

To Our Valued Partners and Community

We are committed to serving you in ways that make life healthier and meaningful. The health and well-being of our NotaryCam trusted partners—customers and employees—is our highest priority. This is personal on a number of levels, and therefore I wanted to reach out to express to you that we are vigilantly monitoring the ever-changing landscape…

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  • 4 April, 2020

Bipartisan push begins in Congress to allow remote online notarizations nationwide

If “coronavirus” isn’t the phrase of the moment, “social distancing” certainly is. All across the country, people are holed up in their homes in an attempt to limit the spread of the virus. But what happens if one of those people wants to buy a home of their own right now? How are they supposed…

  • By jack

  • 24 March, 2020