Carlisle Title offers a range of settlement services and products, including residential and commercial title insurance, closing services, as well as specialized offerings for the mortgage industry.
Through this partnership, the two companies will be able to provide consumers with visibility into their transactional documents prior to signing, enabling the ease and simplicity of a digital closing experience.
“Carlisle Title is committed to innovation that advances the real estate transaction while creating amazing experiences for our customers,” says Tara Williams, president, Carlisle Title, in a release. “We are thrilled to partner with Pavaso in providing an e-closing solution that will allow our customers to access and review their closing documents before signing, along with the convenience of digitally signing the documents at the time and location of their choice. In partnership with Pavaso, we’re streamlining the real estate transaction for all parties; allowing for closings to become less about signing paperwork and more about the celebration.”
Pavaso’s technology allows lenders and title companies to deliver a complete, transparent loan package to borrowers, allowing them (or their Realtors or loan officers) to access the closing documents anywhere, on any device, prior to closing.
Pavaso’s Digital Close platform is capable of producing hybrid closings (digital closings which meet state requirements that some documents be “wet signed”), as well as complete e-note and e-vault transactions.
“Consumers no longer hope for an easier closing process – they now demand it,” says Nancy Pratt, vice president of partner relations and government affairs for Pavaso. “The digital closing is the new standard by which title companies (and even mortgage lenders) are being judged. For Carlisle Title, which has always focused on making the closing process one of transparency and simplicity, moving to the fully digital closing is a natural evolution, and one which confirms its place as a leading-edge settlement services provider.”