Streamlining The MI Process

National MI will make its mortgage insurance products available through the Architect loan origination system, a component of the Mortgage Builder platform. National MI is also integrated with Blueprint technology, the Mortgage Builder platform’s electronic document management (EDM) solution. Blueprint software enables lenders to receive, share, store, retrieve and deliver loan files in a completely paperless environment.

“Lenders are now able to access and order National MI’s insurance products directly through Architect,” said Michael Dirrane, senior managing director and chief sales officer for National MI. “This streamlines the process, allowing our mutual clients to obtain a rate quote or commitment from National MI, all without ever having to leave Architect.”

The integration with Blueprint software gives lenders improved efficiency in working with National MI and Mortgage Builder through a secure, paperless exchange of documents, Dirrane added. “Our lender customers who use Blueprint are now able to transmit their documents seamlessly,” he said. “It’s another option we offer our customers to transmit loan documents electronically and securely.”

National MI is currently the only private mortgage insurer with integration to Blueprint.

“Blueprint’s virtual file cabinet gives lenders real-time access to digital loan files, eliminating the need for physical documents,” said Keven Smith, president and CEO of the Mortgage Builder business. “Ordering mortgage insurance is an important part of the mortgage process. With this integration, our clients have the ability to order National MI’s products efficiently and securely in Architect, and then to access to loan files in a paperless environment through Blueprint.”

“The integration between Mortgage Builder’s Architect and National MI streamlines the process for us,” said Brigitte Kaliszewsky, vice president of risk management with Mortgage Center, who uses both solutions. “It allows us to order National MI directly within Architect, rather than using multiple systems, which simplifies our origination process.”