TORRANCE, Calif. /California Newswire/ — DocMagic, Inc., the mortgage industry’s leading provider of document production, automated compliance and comprehensive eMortgage services, announced that its technologies are now capable of supporting both phases of the upcoming UCD (Uniform Closing Dataset) requirement.


The company’s technology solutions, which have been certified by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for both phases of the UCD file delivery mandate, enable lenders to start immediate testing of full UCD delivery-well in advance of the phase one 2017 deadline and the phase two 2018 deadline-as has been recommended by both GSEs.

The Uniform Closing Dataset (UCD) is a common industry dataset that allows information on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB’s) Closing Disclosure to be communicated electronically.

On September 25, 2017, the GSEs will require lenders to deliver borrower data and the Closing Disclosure in the UCD file. Later, in 2018, the second phase of the mandate will require seller data to be included as well. However, according to a joint statement issued by the GSEs, both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are recommending that lenders start to “submit files with both Borrower and Seller data, if available, in order to test their processes and become familiar with the messaging from each GSE’s collection system.”

DocMagic’s technology solutions allow lenders to fulfill the GSEs’ recommendation by generating and compliantly delivering UCD files that include both borrower and seller data to the GSEs. DocMagic can also accept UCD XML data from third parties and deliver it to the GSEs. In addition, the company offers an API for direct, seamless connection to the GSEs’ technologies.

“At DocMagic we went above and beyond attaining the initial GSE UCD certification because we want our customers to have the option to implement the GSE-recommended testing, which allows them to implement phase two requirements now,” says Tim Anderson, director of eServices at DocMagic. “Phase one addresses the XML file for the borrower CD and associated data, but the GSEs have definitively recommended that lenders complete everything before the phase one September 25, 2017 deadline. We find that lenders that are serious about sustained profitability and growth tend to follow GSE recommendations and take action ahead of time. Now with DocMagic, all of our lender clients have that option.”

To assist lender clients in preparing to meet the entire UCD mandate, DocMagic recently launched its ‘UCD Control Center,’ a one-stop, go-to resource for everything lenders need to know about the UCD requirement. It offers tools, documentation, interactive communication for Q&A, webinars, updates, and most importantly the ability for lenders to test for the entire UCD mandate ahead of the complete 2018 deadline.

The company says its goal is to have the bulk of its clients fully prepared to meet the requirements for both phases this year.

“Our customers and partners rely on us to do everything we can to assure they transact the safest, most compliant loans-and helping them prepare for a major new mandate like the UCD requirement is no different,” said Dominic Iannitti, CEO of DocMagic. “Lenders, settlement providers and other organizations must prepare now or run the precarious risk of being unable to sell their loans. DocMagic is proud to be leading the way, yet again, to help them avert these costly risks.”

About DocMagic:
DocMagic, Inc. is the leading provider of fully-compliant loan document preparation, regulatory compliance, eSign, eDelivery and comprehensive eMortgage services for the mortgage industry. Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Torrance, Calif., DocMagic, Inc. develops software, mobile apps, processes and web-based systems for the production and delivery of compliant loan document packages. The company’s compliance experts and in-house legal staff consistently monitor legal and regulatory changes at both the federal and state levels to ensure accuracy.

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