Pyramid eXpeditor for Mortgage
Mortgage Loan Origination
Focus more on your customers and less on document management.
PX for Mortgage enhances and automates your entire mortgage process – from origination to post-close to correspondent lending/servicing – allowing you to close more loans faster with fewer resources.
Mortgage Loan Origination Software
PX for Mortgage integrates into your existing loan origination system to streamline and speed up the origination process. It adds intelligence and workflows to documents to help underwriters evaluate loans faster. It does this through various features including:
- Visual tags: Originators and processors can tag loan documents to visually identify where documents are in a process (e.g. “waiting for signature”) or any document-specific decisions or exceptions.
- Bookmarks: Users can bookmark extracted data for future one-click access. For example, a user can bookmark a page as “First Payment Date” so if someone in post-closing needs to see that date, they can click on the bookmark which will take them directly to that document page.
PX for Mortgage helps you finish the post-close process as quickly as possible so you can sell to the secondary market or onboard into servicing. Since the secondary market often drives priorities, we added ad-hoc prioritization to PX for Mortgage’s features.
This means financial institutions can change teams’ priorities for short-term prioritization on a monthly, weekly and even daily basis.
The number one challenge with correspondent loans is validating documents against data. Many organizations perform this process with the stare-and-compare method. However, comparing countless documents to collected data is grueling and error-prone. PX for Mortgage offers a different approach by turning your business policies into automated workflows.
- An OCR (optical character recognition) capability extracts key data from documents.
- Documents and loan data automatically run through your business policies so PX for Mortgage can perform a comparison and flag exceptions. Instead of wasting employees’ time reviewing information that’s wrong and right, the software reviews everything and they only have to spend time looking at and resolving incorrect information.
- It presents the user with a prioritized list of exceptions.
This makes servicing a standardized process so your organization can apply policies faster and more accurately and easily remediate exceptions.
Additional Features & Benefits
Dashboards can show things like how well your loans conform to policy. It classifies exceptions to provide guidance on which loan packages cause more exceptions. This also produces great training opportunities for sellers and branches.
Pipeline reports show what a team is working on today, tomorrow and the next day to help them stay organized. This information allows managers to adjust workloads and perform ad-hoc prioritization.
PX for Mortgage categorizes exceptions based on level of difficulty so exceptions go to employees with the appropriate skill level. This makes exceptions faster to resolve so employees are more productive. It also permits an organization to leverage their full range of employee skill levels.
A comment feed is a space for users to capture conversations and communications regarding a process. If a user contacts a colleague or vendor to discuss an exception, they add that information to a running log of all phone call, text message and email communications. This adds intelligence to the loan case so anyone can pick it up, read the conversation log, and have full understanding about its evolution.
Additional ResourcesDiscover More
Today’s mortgage bankers focus on providing the "American Dream" of homeownership to a new generation of borrowers. That's why our Banking & Financial Services Team looks forward to attending the 45th Annual Western Secondary Market Conference on July 19-21. The...read more
A top publicly traded consumer mortgage lender in Michigan offered poor service because of its aging technology. When customers inquired about their loan status, processors struggled to answer questions because they had limited visibility into where the loan actually was within the process.read more
This is how I envision the mortgage industry today: A middle-aged woman dressed in a suit balancing on a unicycle on a platform that keeps moving. She is juggling five different objects and has a group of spectators shouting requests like “close your eyes!” and “juggle faster!”read more