DocMagic integrates with MERS eRegistry

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DocMagic’s Total eClose functionality unites eNote, eSignature, eNotary, MERS eRegistration, eDelivery, and eVault services to provide a highly-efficient, paperless end-to-end eClosing. In addition,

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DocMagic has now completed its integration with the MERS eRegistry, making it one of only a few industry vendors to integrate with the widely used system. Here’s why this should matter to lenders: Launched in 2004, the MERS eRegistry is the legal system of record that identifies the owner or holder (Controller) and custodian (Location) for registered eNotes and provides greater liquidity.

DocMagic has an existing integration with the MERS eRegistry system that registers originated or purchased loans as eNotes. After MERS registration, the eNote is securely transferred to DocMagic’s.

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DocMagic Inc., a provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, compliance, eSign and eDelivery solutions for the mortgage industry, has announced that the firm has now completed its integration with the MERS eRegistry, making it one of only a few industry vendors to integrate with the widely used system.

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