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Simplifile becomes 5th authorized eNotary in Arkansas

Simplifile, a provider of real estate document collaboration and recording technologies for lenders, settlement agents and counties, announced it just became the fifth authorized electronic notary in Arkansas. Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin ...

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Last year, Arkansas announced Pavaso as an eNotary, adding its name to list of approved eNotary solutions providers in the state, including DocVerify, World Wide Notary, and Corporation Service Company. While e-mortgages are making strides in the housing industry, eClosings are still rare, mostly due to state restrictions surrounding eNotariesHowever, that is slowly beginning to change. VIDEO FROM HOUSINGWIRE & OUR PARTNERSwindow.jwplayer = undefined; window._define = window.define; window.define = undefined;jwplayer.key = 'KGAOiHCD';window.define = window._define; Reprints // // Related Articles Arkansas approves Pavaso as electronic notary solution provider Docutech and Simplifile partner to digitize mortgage process Title company performs Washington’s first ever online notary closing Kelsey Ramírez is a Reporter at HousingWireRamírez is a journalism graduate of University of Texas at ArlingtonRamírez previously covered hard issues such as homelessness and domestic violence and began at HousingWire as an Editorial Assistant. Recent Articles by Kelsey Ramírez Home Depot donates $50 million to fix construction shortage Former payday lender CEO requests to lead CFPB Freddie Mac: 30-year mortgage hits highest point since 2014 Fannie Mae: Confidence in housing falls in February CFPB requests input on its rulemaking process Services Guide // var disqus_developer = 0; var disqus_shortname = "housingwire"; var disqus_identifier = "article-42688"; var disqus_url = ""; var disqus_title = "Simplifile becomes 5th authorized eNotary in Arkansas"; /* * * DON'T EDIT BELOW THIS LINE * * */ (function() { var dsq = document.createElement('script'); dsq.type = 'text/javascript'; dsq.async = true; dsq.src = '//' + disqus_shortname + ''; (document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0] || document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0]).appendChild(dsq); })(); Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. Comments powered by Disqus var disqus_shortname = "housingwire"; (function () { var s = document.createElement('script'); s.async = true; s.type = 'text/javascript'; s.src = '//' + disqus_shortname + ''; (document.getElementsByTagName('HEAD')[0] || document.getElementsByTagName('BODY')[0]).appendChild(s); }()); The Latest News — Nowhere ElseSign up and we'll keep you up to date Thank you for subscribingExpect to receive your newsletter within two business days. Receive HousingWire'sDaily & Breaking News Amazon hiring head of newly-formed mortgage lending division Jacob Gaffney Explaining the disconnect between the rate borrowers want, and can get Tendayi Kapfidze Don't run away from mortgage lending's crappy reputation; let's change it instead Jason Frazier Sponsored Financial Content Industry Events 12 Mar CBA Live 2018 Orlando, FL 19 Mar NRMLA’s 2018 Western Regional Meeting Huntington Beach, CA 19 Mar Ellie Mae Experience Las Vegas, NV This month inHousingWire magazine March 2018 The future of valuations The appraisal industry is in the midst of huge disruption as automated valuation models and hybrid appraisal products gain favor with regulators and investorsWhat does the future hold for appraisers and appraisal companies as they adjust to the new realities of automation? Subscribe Now Feature Arrested development: The long-term consequences of student debt on the housing economy Kelsey Ramírez Lending As Millennials grapple with paying off student loans, their opportunity to buy a home gets pushed further and further into the futureThat delay has consequences far beyond individual students — the growing student debt crisis impacts every part of the economy.  Commentary Valuation: Evolution or revolution? Jeff Jonas Real Estate There has been a conscious and rapid shift to broaden the use of alternative valuation products for originationNot every decision needs a $500, full-blown 1004 interior appraisalAnd in some markets where appraisers are short in number, the turn times can stretch from days to weeksWhat these new alternative — some would say disruptive — valuation products do is enable lenders and servicers to better match the product to the risk by harnessing big data and technology. HousingWire MagazineAccess All IssuesMortgage Lending NewsMortgage Servicing NewsMortgage Investment NewsREwired Blog HW Community HW Insiders AwardRising StarsHW TECH100HW Vanguard AwardsWomen of InfluenceHousingJobs Company About UsAdvertiseEditors' Choice AwardsEditorial PoliciesAd Submission PortalLicensing & ReprintsContact UsContributor Submissions Connect With Us

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