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Notarize and Mace Announce Integration for Encompass Lenders Nationwide

Across years of legislative, regulatory, and product innovation, we’re proud to have made digital real estate closings a reality. Over the last two years, millions of eNotes have been registered with MERS and now, consumers are demanding technology-led home buying experiences for the first time in history.

That's why we couldn't be more excited to partner with Mace that empowers lenders to offer borrowers a seamless eClosing solution via Notarize’s award-winning closing automation platform. 

"We are excited about this partnership because it's the eClosing provider we wanted to work with,” said Chris Mace, founder of Mace. “Not many companies in the FinTech space possess the technology capabilities to provide the type of integration we want to provide. Our vision and innovative ideology is very closely aligned. We want to enable every lender, no matter the size, to have easy access to remote online notarization and online closings. Partnering with Notarize and utilizing both our APIs and web-hooks, we will deliver on that vision, and fast! Mace Innovations is leading a charge towards the digital mortgage and the digital closing is the final piece."

The Notarize integration with Mace allows lenders to digitize their operations and reimagine the way they serve borrowers. Out of the box, the integration supports Hybrid and Fully Online Closings, as well as redraws and other transaction changes. Lenders can leverage Notarize’s Closing Automation platform to determine which loans should close as Hybrids vs. full remote online closings, without ever having to worry about loan eligibility again.

Read the full announcement here.


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