“The mortgage industry is going digital.”
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times.
But going digital is an overwhelming thought, especially if you’re just beginning to think about offering hybrid and digital mortgage closings and trying to figure out how RON, RIN, and IPEN factor in, if at all.
For those capitalizing on RON since 2012 (Virginia, we’re looking at you), the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, or when state-level legislation started to ramp up, RON and digital and hybrid closings are second nature.
Here’s the great news—you’ve come to the right place.
We recently hosted a webinar for title and settlement agencies, just like you. Leading title and settlement agents who see the potential of RON but don’t know where to begin. Experienced title and settlement professionals who have burning questions about electronic notarizations and digital closings but are yet to find a straightforward answer on Google. RON newbies who want to do their research before diving head first into the digital closing deep-end.
If you missed our educational webinar—The Basics of Electronic and Remote Notarizations for Title & Settlement, don’t sweat it, you can access the on-demand recording here. You’ll walk away with clarity on the various digital notarization methods available today and how legislative and regulatory requirements play a role in digital adoption and implementation.
Ready for the next step in your RON journey? Download our ebook to learn more about how title and settlement agents can perform RON closings with confidence.
Angel Hernandez - VP, Industry & Regulatory Affairs