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ResMac Releases marti version 5.0
Thursday, March 31, 2016
ResMac Inc. has announced the release of marti 5.0 to support automated Integrated Disclosures (TRID). This proprietary software program will automate several of the manual processes used to support compliance and improve efficiencies in underwriting and customer closings. Several screens have been redesigned to best support “ease of use” for ResMac’s customer base, making the overall experience that much more compelling, efficient and improved.
ResMac to expand its footprint and offer services to more customers than ever.
BOCA RATON, Fla., July 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Statistics show that around 595,000 US businesses close their doors each year for various reasons. That means to actually GROW a business in the current environment, you must be doing something right. ResMac, Inc. is not just growing, they are opening new doors—literally—all over the country.
ResMac is a nationwide, direct endorsed mortgage lender, and an approved GNMA/FNMA Seller/Servicer, recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the nation's fastest-growing, private companies. Its combination of diverse products, great rates and unmatched technology is making people take notice in a big way....Click here to read more.
Nelson Haws of ResMac, Inc. Shares Insight on Creating Automated Solutions
ResMac's President and CEO, Nelson Haws shares historical insight of the business in terms of regulatory policies and the evolution of his growing mortgage brand.
BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Nelson Haws, President and Chief Executive Officer of ResMac Inc. recently shared an historical journey of the business paired with insight on how he evolved from yesterday's small shop, into today's growing brand.
Haws started in the mortgage business as a Loan Officer in 1987. Thinking of that time, he recalls quite well the initial steps associated with learning the business; mainly, how to complete a Good Faith Estimate to outline the basics of the terms of the loan. Haws says, "When creating a Good Faith Estimate back in those days, we used a pencil! I wonder how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) would feel about that practice today? We certainly have come a long way and technology, now more than ever... Click here to read more.