Cutting costs? Reggora helps lenders save up to $258 per loan file.
Why Mortgage Lenders Should Optimize The Appraisal Process Now
Learn the reasons why lenders looking to increase margins should focus on appraisal operations.
Data from STRATMOR Group shows gaps in lenders' appraisal operations make loan production costlier and slower. To enhance the borrower experience and reduce the cost per loan file, lenders must focus on the appraisal process — now is the time to take action with powerful appraisal management technology.
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How Alpha Mortgage Saved $70 Per Loan File with Automation in Reggora
Alpha Mortgage relied on a completely manual appraisal process — from ordering to payment processing — that wasted up to 15 hours per week due to an inefficient workflow. Learn how Reggora automated needless tasks to save the lender $70 per loan.
The Path to Appraisal Modernization
As the mortgage industry transforms to align with the digital mortgage, innovation has similarly impacted the valuation process. Learn how lenders can leverage appraisal innovation to build an efficient, cost-saving loan process in this white paper.
Reggora: Driving Appraisal Innovation
Reggora is here to streamline and automate the appraisal process with the goal of two-day turn times. Our CEO and co-founder Brian Zitin, speaks to why modernizing the real estate appraisal process is integral to the mortgage industry and how we plan to reach our North Star of two-day appraisals.
“Reggora has shrunk turn times, opened up communication and helped us hit more closing dates.”
“We're picking up 35% improvement in our turn times processing appraisals — a dramatic improvement.”
“It was one of the easiest implementations I've done in a long time. Reggora definitely has the staff to support it.”
“Our accounting department was able to save about 15 hours per week by not having to process invoices manually.”