TitleHound Announces License Agreement with Mortech

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TitleHound, a title rate engine that ensures accuracy, issues certification and identifies lowest title insurance premiums, has announced a license agreement with Mortech, Inc. a mortgage technology software company specializing in daily pricing, product decisioning and lead management solutions for mortgage professionals.

TitleHound offers Mortech a platform to electronically supply the lowest available accurate quotes for all title related fees so lenders can automatically create correct Good Faith Estimates (GFE) in their Marksman accounts. This integration will furthe

TitleHound, a title rate engine that ensures accuracy, issues certification and identifies lowest title insurance premiums, has announced a license agreement with Mortech, Inc. a mortgage technology software company specializing in daily pricing, product decisioning and lead management solutions for mortgage professionals.

Mortech, Inc. will integrate TitleHound into its Marksman software platform, the mortgage industry’s preferred product and pricing engine and lead management solution. The collaboration provides a transparent lending process for borrowers while allowing lenders the opportunity to remain compliant.

“Nearly one year after the new RESPA guidelines went into effect, loan officers still struggle to comply and provide accurate data to borrowers,” said Don Kracl, President of Mortech, Inc. “TitleHound offers Mortech a platform to electronically supply the lowest available accurate quotes for all title related fees so lenders can automatically create correct Good Faith Estimates (GFE) in their Marksman accounts. This integration will further automate the mortgage origination process and increase efficiencies for our customers.”

TitleHound enables users to identify up front pricing for title insurance premiums, mortgage taxes, recording and settlement fees. “TitleHound is the most comprehensive fee engine for title insurance and settlement fees to compare and reveal the true disparity between highest and lowest premiums,” says Jeff Adam, President and CEO of NexGen Compliance Solutions. “We are delivering direct information that isolates cost saving opportunities and confirms best pricing for title and settlement costs instantly. We’re looking forward to providing our innovative services to Mortech clients.”

About TitleHound
TitleHound is a product of NexGen Compliance Solutions, LLC, an innovative technology driven company providing title insurance solutions for the mortgage industry. The company is changing the face of the title and settlement industry with its revolutionary fee engine, TitleHound, and the strategic formation of the NexGen Network. The NexGen Network is an elite group of national title and settlement providers known for ethics and best industry practices which enables and assures consumers, lenders, and underwriters efficient and cost effective service.

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About Mortech
Mortech supplies all-in-one pricing, rate notification, prospect management tools, custom rate sheets, secondary marketing tools, loan product eligibility and guideline services to thousands of mortgage professionals. Marksman, Mortech’s flagship web-based software, provides lenders with tools designed to automate the loan process and manage sales cycles - increasing loan close-ratios dramatically. Product and pricing information from all major investors is maintained by industry experts in real-time resulting in the most full-featured and affordable PPE and CRM solution available. Mortech is recognized by Mortgage Technology Magazine as a 2010 Top 50 Service Provider and a Mortgage Technology Magazine 2010 Synergy Award Winner with partner, AllRegs. Mortech is a preferred technology partner for Google AdWords Comparison Ads. For more information, visit http://www.mortech-inc.com.

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