Rick Triola of NotaryCam: Worried About RON Storage? Stream It

Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have updated their selling guides to state that lenders must retain the audio-video recording of the RON transaction for the greater of either (a) the minimum period required by the state in which the notary is licensed or (b) 10 years. This guideline has left a lot of lenders wondering just how to store all that audio-video footage…and spurred a new crop of vendors ready to meet this “need.”

Rick Triola of NotaryCam: Worried About RON Storage? Stream It

Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have updated their selling guides to state that lenders must retain the audio-video recording of the RON transaction for the greater of either (a) the minimum period required by the state in which the notary is licensed or (b) 10 years. This guideline has left a lot of lenders wondering just how to store all that audio-video footage…and spurred a new crop of vendors ready to meet this “need.”

Rick Triola of NotaryCam: Worried About RON Storage? Stream It

Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have updated their selling guides to state that lenders must retain the audio-video recording of the RON transaction for the greater of either (a) the minimum period required by the state in which the notary is licensed or (b) 10 years. This guideline has left a lot of lenders wondering just how to store all that audio-video footage…and spurred a new crop of vendors ready to meet this “need.”

Rick Triola of NotaryCam: Worried About RON Storage? Stream It

Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have updated their selling guides to state that lenders must retain the audio-video recording of the RON transaction for the greater of either (a) the minimum period required by the state in which the notary is licensed or (b) 10 years. This guideline has left a lot of lenders wondering just how to store all that audio-video footage…and spurred a new crop of vendors ready to meet this “need.”

Rick Triola of NotaryCam: Worried About RON Storage? Stream It

Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have updated their selling guides to state that lenders must retain the audio-video recording of the RON transaction for the greater of either (a) the minimum period required by the state in which the notary is licensed or (b) 10 years. This guideline has left a lot of lenders wondering just how to store all that audio-video footage…and spurred a new crop of vendors ready to meet this “need.”

MISMO RON-Certified Platforms Increase 40%

MISMO®, the real estate finance industry’s standards organization, announced that 14 technology platforms have now successfully completed MISMO Remote Online Notarization (RON) certification.